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Roger Lersy
Large Modernist French Abstract Expressionist Colorful Bird Painting Roger Lersy

1961

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Roger Lersy, French (1920 - 2004) Oil on canvas Signed, R. Lersy, dated 1961 lower right Measuring 35 X 31 Matted and framed. sight 26 X 21.5 Roger Lersy was born in Paris, France 1920, in the rough neighborhood surrounding Place Pigalle. His youth was marked by extreme poverty. Lersy studied art and music at the École des Arts Apppliqués. He was a painter, lithographer and musician-composer He belongs to the École de Paris and was a member in the movement of the Young Painting. By 1946, when he first exhibited in Paris, Lersy became one of the founders of the School of Paris’ New Graphic School. Lersy received the Prix des Amateurs d’Art in 1953, the Shell Prize in 1954 and the Grand Prize of the City of Marseilles in 1953. Lersy could be defined as a Baroque expressionist. For Bernard Dorival, Roger Lersy is along with Gabriel Dauchot, Jean Commère and Raymond Guerrier among "the most noted champions of this expressionism which is part of the continuation of Bernard Buffet's miserabilism". Famous works: New Year's Eve , Aubusson tapestry of the Manufacture des Gobelins , Permanent Mission of France to the United Nations , One Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza , New York . Venice , bridges , watercolor, 1963 (theme of the Roger Lersy exhibition, Chicago). The poppy , original lithograph, Imprimerie Bellini, 1978, collection of the Cabinet des estampes , BNF . Still life at the pedestal table , oil on canvas, Jonzac town hall. Lohengrin , oil on canvas, Versailles Administrative Court of Appeal. Portrait of the painter Tony Agostini , drawing. Series Eiffel Tower. Stained glass: Saint-Laurent Church, Longlaville ( Meurthe-et-Moselle ), 29 stained glass windows. Musical works: Stained glasses for clarinet , saxophone, cello and percussion , creation in the church of Longlaville, 1972. Three pieces for two waves Martenot : 1. Scum of dream, 2. Scare and jubilation. Malicious connivance, sheet music Editions A. Leduc, Paris, 1979. Work for trumpet and piano , published by Éditions G. Billaudot, Paris, 1984. Five pieces for piano , scores published by G. Billaudot, Paris, 1989. Five preludes for piano and alto saxophone , scores at Éditions Combre, premiere at Flâneries musicales de Reims , 1993. In memory of Chagall , piece for flute and percussion , recording of Duo Hyksos (Henri Tournier, flute and Michel Gastaud, percussion) in 1995. Preface in black and yellow for horn and piano , score at Éditions Combre, Arc-en-ciel collection, 2000. Soundtracks: Diatomées Note 4 , 19 , film by Jean Painlevé and Geneviève Hamon, Music by Pierre Angles and Roger Lersy, Duration 17 min, 1974. Solo Exhibitions: Bourdon Gallery, Paris, 1946. Galerie Drouant-David, from 1948 . Bestiary of Lersy , Fricker Gallery, Paris, May-June 1958 (poster: lithograph by Roger Lersy printed at Fernand Mourlot workshops). Galerie Motte, Paris, 1960, 1961. International Arts Galleries, North Center, Chicago , Illinois , February-March 1962. Roger Lersy, Venice Impressions , International Arts Galleries, North Center, Chicago , November-December 1963. Documenta Gallery, Paris, October-November 1977. Bourdon Gallery, Paris, 1986. Roger Lersy, Recent Works , Galerie Jean Tout, Paris, 1991. Roger Lersy Retrospective , Florence Basset Gallery, Moulin de la Grande Bastide, Flassans-sur-Issole , 2003. Collective Exhibitions The School of Paris , Galerie Charpentier , 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1961 2 . May Salon 1955. Salon des peintres witnesses of their time , Palais Galliera , 1957 Note 5 , 1961 Note 6 , 1963. Aspects of the School of Paris: Duilio Barnabas, Philippe Cara Costea , Antoni Clave , Roger Lersy , International Galleries, Chicago, September-October 1960. World Exhibition of the Most Expensive Book in the World: The Apocalypse , Éditions Joseph Forêt, 1961, single copy, 210 kg 22 . Illustrated by Salvador Dalí , Tsugouharu Foujita , Jean Cocteau , Roger Lersy, Leonor Fini , Mathieu Mathieu , Michel Ciry , Pierre-Yves Tremois , Bernard Buffet, Ossip Zadkine , Ernst Fuchs and Albert Decaris . Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris, April-May 1961 Note 8 . From Bonnard to Baselitz, ten years of enrichments by the Cabinet des Estampes , Cabinet of prints of the National Library of France , 1992 1 . Reality found again - La Jeune Peinture - Paris, 1948-1958: Richard Bellias, Bernard Buffet, Philippe Cara Costea, Gabriel Dauchot, Roger Lersy, Bernard Lorjou, Andre Minaux, Paul Rebeyrolle , Gaetan de Rosnay , Estrine Museum, Saint-Remy- de-Provence , 2010. Three cartoonists and painters expose themselves: Roger Lersy, François Lyres, René Morchoisne , Montulé-House of Arts, Dreux , April-May 2014. Twenty years of passion: Raymond Guerrier, Roger Lersy, François Heaulme , Bernard Lorjou , Yvonne Mottet , Bernard Buffet, André Minaux ... Florence Basset Gallery, Flassans-sur-Issole, June-August 2015. The rebels of modern art - Paris, the 50s , Mendjisky Museum - Schools of Paris, Paris, Museums and public collections National Museum of Modern Art , Paris. Museum of Modern Art of the city of Paris . Cabinet des estampes of the National Library, Paris. National Fund of Contemporary Art , Paris. National Institute of Applied Sciences of Toulouse , two tables, 300X500cm each. Pierre and Denise Levy , Breviandes Henri Braun-Adam Awards and Distinctions: Art Lovers' Prize, 1953. Shell Prize 1954 Price of the city of Marseille, 1955
  • Creator:
    Roger Lersy (1920 - 2004, French)
  • Creation Year:
    1961
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 35 in (88.9 cm)Width: 31 in (78.74 cm)
  • Medium:
  • Movement & Style:
  • Period:
  • Condition:
    good. original frame and mat might have some wear. please see photos.
  • Gallery Location:
    Surfside, FL
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU38210294472
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