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Bernard Cathelin Art

French, 1919-2004
Bernard Cathelin was a French painter born in Paris and a member of the School of Paris which included Picasso, Chagall, Matisse, Dufy and many others including Maurice Brianchon, Cathelin's teacher at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs.
(Biography provided by Cerbera Gallery)
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Artist: Bernard Cathelin
Notre Dame de Paris, View from the Artist's Studio
By Bernard Cathelin
Located in San Francisco, CA
Artist: Bernard Cathelin (French, 1019-2004) Title: Notre Dame De Paris, View from the Artist's Studio Year: 1991 Medium: Color lithograph Edition: Inscribed E.A in pencil Pape...
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Late 20th Century Modern Bernard Cathelin Art

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Lithograph

Trees in Provence - Original lithograph handsigned - 100 copies
By Bernard Cathelin
Located in Paris, FR
Bernard CATHELIN Trees in Provence Original lithograph, 1988 Handsigned in pencil Inscribed EA (épreuve d'artiste) aside the edition of 100 copies On Arches paper, size 40 x 31 (c. ...
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1980s Modern Bernard Cathelin Art

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Lithograph

Provençal Landscape - Original lithograph handsigned - 100 copies
By Bernard Cathelin
Located in Paris, FR
Bernard CATHELIN Provençal landscape Original lithograph, 1988 Handsigned in pencil Inscribed EA (épreuve d'artiste) aside the edition of 100 copies On Arches paper, size 40 x 31 c...
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1980s Modern Bernard Cathelin Art

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Lithograph

Laurel In A Ravine - Original lithograph handsigned - 100 copies
By Bernard Cathelin
Located in Paris, FR
Bernard CATHELIN Laurel in a ravine Original lithograph, 1988 Handsigned in pencil Inscribed EA (épreuve d'artiste) aside the edition of 100 copies On Arches paper, size 40 x 31 (c....
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1980s Modern Bernard Cathelin Art

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Lithograph

Water Lilies - Original lithograph handsigned - 100 copies
By Bernard Cathelin
Located in Paris, FR
Bernard CATHELIN Water Lilies Original lithograph, 1988 Handsigned in pencil Inscribed EA (épreuve d'artiste) aside the edition of 100 copies On Arches paper, size 40 x 31 (c. 15 8...
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1980s Modern Bernard Cathelin Art

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Lithograph

Orchids - Original lithograph handsigned - 100 copies
By Bernard Cathelin
Located in Paris, FR
Bernard CATHELIN Orchids Original lithograph, 1988 Handsigned in pencil Inscribed EA (épreuve d'artiste) aside the edition of 100 copies On Arches paper, size 40 x 31 (c. 15 8/10 x ...
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1980s Modern Bernard Cathelin Art

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Lithograph

Butterflies and Flowers - Original lithograph handsigned - 100 copies
By Bernard Cathelin
Located in Paris, FR
Bernard CATHELIN Butterflies and flowers Original lithograph, 1988 Handsigned in pencil Inscribed EA (épreuve d'artiste) aside the edition of 100 copies On Arches paper, size 40 x 3...
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1980s Modern Bernard Cathelin Art

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Lithograph

Mexique (Mourlot, Paris)
By Bernard Cathelin
Located in Kansas City, MO
Bernard Cathelin Mexique 1964 Original Color Lithograph on Velin d'Arches Size: 10x7.375in Edition: 2,000 Annotated verso Unsigned as issued Publisher: Mourlot, Paris Printer: Mourlo...
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1960s Modern Bernard Cathelin Art

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Vellum, Lithograph

"Les Mexicaines" / "Mexicans"
By Bernard Cathelin
Located in Berlin, MD
Bernard Cathelin (French 1919-2004) "Les Mexicaines" Colored Lithograph on Rice Paper. A peaceful impressionistic scene of three Mexican women in the street. Red. Orange. Black. W...
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Late 20th Century Abstract Impressionist Bernard Cathelin Art

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Rice Paper, Lithograph

"Mexique" original lithograph
By Bernard Cathelin
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: original lithograph. Printed in Paris in 1964 by Mourlot Freres and issued in an edition of 2000 on Arches wove paper. Size: 10 x 7 1/2 inches (255 x 185 mm). Not signed.
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1960s Bernard Cathelin Art

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Lithograph

untitled (portrait)
By Bernard Cathelin
Located in New York, NY
Bernard Cathelin Untitled (Portrait), 2008 Signed and numbered in pencil Color lithograph 29.75 x 21.25 inches Edition of 165
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Early 2000s Bernard Cathelin Art

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Lithograph

Les Mexicaines
By Bernard Cathelin
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Bernard Cathelin, French (1919 - 2004) Title: Les Mexicaines Year: circa 1975 Medium: Lithograph on Japon paper, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 24/50 Image Size: 21.5...
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1970s Modern Bernard Cathelin Art

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Rice Paper, Lithograph

Winter Landscape Near DamMartin-Poster, New York Graphic Society.
By Bernard Cathelin
Located in Clinton Township, MI
Copyright New York Graphic Society, Inc. Printed in Switzerland. Measures 39 x 25.5 inches and is unframed. The piece is in Good/Fair Condition-wrinkling/discoloration consistent wit...
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Late 20th Century Bernard Cathelin Art

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Lithograph

Morin Valley In The Snow-Poster, New York Graphic Society. Printed in U.S.A.
By Bernard Cathelin
Located in Clinton Township, MI
Poster. 1971 New York Graphic Society Ltd. Printed in U.S.A. Measures 31.25 x 36.75 inches and is unframed. The image is in Very Good Condition. The white border has discoloration/su...
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1970s Bernard Cathelin Art

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Lithograph

Nude with Bouquet of Flowers - Handsigned lithograph /75ex - Mourlot 1974
By Bernard Cathelin
Located in Paris, FR
Bernard CATHELIN Nude with Bouquet of Flowers Original stone lithograph Signed in pencil Numbered / 75 ex With dedication to the painter Guy Bardone On Arches vellum 39 x 31 cm (c. 16 x 12 in) REFERENCES : Catalog raisonne Cathelin lithographs...
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1970s American Modern Bernard Cathelin Art

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Lithograph

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Bernard Cathelin - Mexico - Original Lithograph 1964 Dimensions: 30 x 20 cm Edition of 200 (one of the 200 on Vélin de Rives) Mourlot Press, 1964 Bernard Cathelin was born in Paris in 1919. Throughout his life, he has maintained a deep-rooted love for his country and especially for the Drôme, from where his mother came. His mother, Madeleine Terrail, was born in the family property of Les Rebattières which has been in the family for several generations. The Musée de Valence dedicated him a retrospective of his work in the summer of 1997. This exhibition by drewing local and worldwide visitors established a new frequentation record for the museum. In 2000, the Shanghai Art Museum in China organised a retrospective exhibition presenting 40 years of Bernard Cathelin’s works. Bernard Cathelin died out on April 17 2004, but great exhibitions are always dedicated to him in France, while others are in preparation across the world. 1919 Bernard Cathelin born on May 20th 1919 in Paris. Son of Paul Cathelin and Madeleine Terrail. Classical studies in the lycées Carnot and Janson de Sailly in Paris and the lycée Emile Loubet in Valence. 1939 Volunteer for service. 1945 Student for the next three years in the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (French National School for further studies in the Decorative Arts) and in the studio of Maurice Brianchon. 1947 Teacher until 1953 in the Preparatory Studio of the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs. 1948 French delegate to the first congress of the International Students Union in Prague. Trips to Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Jugoslavia, Bulgaria and Italy. 1950 Awarded the Blumenthal Prize. 1953 Awarded the Emily Loewe Prize. 1954 Marries Régine Steiner. 1957 Trip to Spain. Exhibition at the Galerie Saint-Placide, Paris. 1958 Awarded the Othon Friesz Prize. Exhibition at the Galerie de Montmorency in Paris. Bernard Cathelin goes to New York...
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