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1970s Jean-Yves Commère Signed French Lithograph. Printed in France on thick matte paper. Hand signed by the artist and part of limited series 74/200 and 82/200.


Size: 26.5”H x 19.75”W.


Condition: Excellent condition.


About the Artist - Jean-Yves Commère

Jean Commère (1920–1986) was a French painter with a diverse artistic repertoire, spanning religious scenes, portraits, landscapes, and still lifes. Enrolling at the Beaux-Arts d'Angers in 1936 and later in Paris, he studied under sculptor Jean Boucher. Arrested in 1940 during a student demonstration, he captured his experiences through drawings. Commère's art evolved, embracing Fauvist influences, Pont-Aven, and Matisse. He explored vibrant color schemes, particularly during his "Yellow Period" in the 1940s. Achieving recognition in the 1950s, he participated in major exhibitions, earning accolades such as the Otho Friez Prize in 1952. Commère continued to paint, exhibit globally, and receive honors, including being made an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters in 1978. Returning to Anjou in the 1980s, he produced notable works until his death in 1986, leaving a lasting legacy in French art.

1970s Jean-Yves Commère Signed French Lithograph

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