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From humble beginnings, Paul Guillaume (1891–1934) rose to become one of the leading cultural players and art dealer-collectors of Paris in the early twentieth century. Guillaume died at the age of forty-two, by which time he had amassed an outstanding private collection of works by leading modernists.
American adaptation, Thomas J. Brandon; narrator, William Watson; music, André Souris. Prepublication title: From Renoir to Picasso. Describes the characteristic style of Renoir as sensualistic, of Seurat as intellectual, and of Picasso as instinctive, and presents examples of paintings from all periods to provide a frame of reference for works by the three painters.
Paul Guillaume (1891 in Paris – 1934 in Paris) was a French art dealer. Dealer of Chaim Soutine and Amedeo Modigliani, he was one of the first to organize African art exhibitions. He also bought and sold many works from cutting edge artists of the time, such as Henri Matisse, Constantin Brâncuși, Pablo Picasso, and Giorgio de Chirico. Being from modest origins, Paul Guillaume worked in a garage. He found African sculptures which he displayed
The Jean Walter and Paul Guillaume collection is one of the finest European collections of. .Nothing predestined Paul Guillaume to become one of the greatest art dealers of his time.
The Jean Walter and Paul Guillaume collection is one of the finest European collections of paintings. It comprises 146 works, from the 1860s to the 1930s, collected for the most part by Paul Guillaume, an impassioned young French art dealer. Currently, it comprises 25 works by Renoir, 15 by Cézanne, 1 each by Gauguin, Monet and Sisley, all from the Impressionist period. From the 20th century, the museum boasts 12 works by Picasso, 10 by Matisse, 5 by Modigliani, 5 by Marie Laurencin, 9 by Douanier Rousseau, 29 by Derain, 10 by Utrillo, 22 by Soutine and 1 by Van Dongen.
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Pablo Picasso's art is often split into periods: early work, Blue Period, Rose Period, African Period, Cubism, Neoclassicism . In 1901, Picasso appeared to have entirely abandoned realism. This is particularly clear in his preference for color, which evolved from naturalistic hues to cooler tones.
Pablo Picasso's art is often split into periods: early work, Blue Period, Rose Period, African Period, Cubism, Neoclassicism, Surrealism, and later work. This change in pigment lasted until 1904, and is now characterized as the artist’s Blue Period. Art of this period is somber in both color and in subject matter-an approach likely caused by depression due to a close friend’s suicide.
Portrait of Madame Paul Guillaume Marie Laurencin. Her subject here, the wife of Paul Guillaume, Juliette Lacaze, moved to Paris from the southeast of France in the 1910’s. She was beautiful and upwardly mobile. Marie Laurencin, learned to draw in Paris and had her first solo show in 1907. Having married a German baron, Marie was not able to return to France, due to the war, until she divorced him in the 1920’s. She met Paul Guillaume, through her ex lover, art critic and poet Guillaume Apollinaire.
The group of works referred to as the "Jean Walter and Paul Guillaume Collection" consists of 145 Impressionist and modern paintings transferred . Bibliographic Details. Title: From Renoir to Picasso: Masterpieces from. Publisher: The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal.
The group of works referred to as the "Jean Walter and Paul Guillaume Collection" consists of 145 Impressionist and modern paintings transferred to the French state in a two-part transaction (1959 and 1963). Publication Date: 2000. Book Condition: Fine Condition. Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, As Issued. Rare, used and out of print books. Visit Seller's Storefront.