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Hélène de Beauvoir
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Artist: Helene de Beauvoir (French 1910-2001) Title: Unknown Date: Unknown Edition size: 30. This one: 3/30 Medium: Etching Plate size: 11.5 x 8 in. (29 x 20.4 cm) Sheet size: 22 x 15 in. (56 x 38 cm) Framed size: 24.5 x 18 in. (62.2 x 45.8 cm) This etching is in very good condition. It is framed in a simple silver wood frame and matted with a simple acid-free mat. Hélène de Beauvoir was a French painter. She was the younger sister of philosopher Simone de Beauvoir. Her art was exhibited in Europe, Japan, and the US. She married Lionel de Roulet. When Hélène de Beauvoir lived in Goxwiller, a village near Strasbourg, she became president of the center for battered women. She continued painting until she was 85. Her paintings were related to feminist philosophy and women's issues. Source: Wikipedia Partial List of Exhibitions: 1936 First exhibition in Paris, Galerie Bonjean rue d'Argenson. 1936 - 1955 Group or private exhibitions in Lisbon, Paris, Milan, Turin, Berlin. 1955 Participation in the FRANCE ITALIE exhibition in Turin. 1957 Milan, Galleria del Millione, Firenze Galerie numero, Venezia, Galleria del Cavallino. Musèe de Pistoia private exhibition. 1957 - 1960 Painting exhibition in Paris, Galerie Synthèse. Participation in the May fair. 1960 - 1966 Exhibitions in Frankfurt, Mexico, Cinquale (Italy). 1967 Painting exhibition at Galerie Nouvelles Images in The Hague. Publication of “The broken woman” by Simone de Beauvoir illustrated with 16 burins by Hélène de Beauvoir. On this occasion a film was shot in Goxwiller's studio by Canadian television. Exhibition of burins and watercolors at the Galarie Kieffer bookstore in Paris and at the Galerie Tandwerlin Strasbourg. 1968 Burins and watercolors at the Galerie Einaudi in Milan. Chisels and watercolors at the “Die Insel” Gallery in Hamburg. Participation in the exhibition “Prix Marzotto” presented in Valdagno, Prague, Stoccards, Amersfoort, Vienna, Paris. Painting exhibition in Tokyo, Nanteshi Gallery. Japanese television has just shot a film in Goxwiller's studio. 1969 “Le Joli Mois De Mai” series of tables inspired by the events of May 1968 (Paris, Cité Véron). 1970 Exhibition at the HERMÈS studio in Rome. Exhibition at the Mantéshi Gallery in Tokyo. 1971 Ward Nasse Gallery, Boston. 1972 Salon Ward Nasse Gallery, New York. Painting exhibition at the Die Treppe Gallery in Lhar. Chisel exhibition in Amsterdam (New Side Shop). Exhibition of burins in Milan. 1973 Salon Ward Nasse Gallery, New York. Painting exhibition in Rome, Galerie Hèrmes. Painting exhibition in Amsterdam, Magdalena Sothmann Gallery. Animation of popular plastic art unatekuer in Montbéliard. Outdoor exhibition of iron and altuglas structures, 1974 Private exhibition at the Ward Nasse Gallery, New York. Exhibition at Galerie Montjoie, Brussels. Exhibition in Luxembourg. 1975 Participation in the exhibition of the group Ward Nasse Lincoln Center, New York. Retrospective at the Palace of Culture in Brest. 1976 Exhibition of paintings at the Museum of Modern Art in Lausanne. 1977 Exhibition of paintings, Galerie des Futurs Paris under the title “a woman's gaze on the world of men”. 1980 Private exhibition at the Ward Nasse Gallery, New York. 1981 Exhibition “Meditations on Venice” at the Italian Institute in Strasbourg. 1982 Exhibition of burin engravings at the Galerie La Passerelle in Paris. 1983 Exhibition of watercolors in Weiden and Kyoto. 1984 Exhibition of oil paintings at the Callejo Gallery in Geneva. Exhibition of acrylic and watercolor paintings in Copenhagen. Exhibition of acrylic and watercolor paintings at the Museo Cirico d'Arcola. 1985 Exhibition of two paintings at the Simone de Beauvoir Audiovisual Center. 1986 Exhibition at the Ministry of Women's Rights. Exhibitions at Stanford University in San Francisco, and Regensburg. 1990 Exhibition of burins and watercolors at the Association, Brussels. Radio (RTBF) and television (RTL) interviews. 1991 Exhibition in Paris and at IRDECE in Brussels. 1994 Exhibition at Institut Francais De Munich. 2001 Exhibition at the Chantal Kenzey Gallery. 2005 Exhibition at the Galeria de Exposições da Livraria, Aveiro, Portugal and at Hugendubel, Munich. 2006 Inauguration of the exhibition "Hélène de Beauvoir - her life, her work" by the Consul General of France in Munich, Jean-Claude Schlumberger. Location: gallery of the DEZ shopping center, Regensburg. 2007 Exhibition at the "Palais Stutterheim" Museum, Erlangen.

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  • Creator
    Hélène de Beauvoir (1910 - 2001, French)
  • Creation Year
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  • Dimensions
    Height: 24.5 in. (62.23 cm)Width: 18 in. (45.72 cm)Depth: .75 in. (1.91 cm)
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  • Condition
    The etching mat and frame are in very good condition.
  • Gallery Location
    San Francisco, CA
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    Seller: PM10112020-11stDibs: LU66636883222

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