Size: 25.25 x 39.5 inches
Artist: Brayer, Yves
About The Poster: This is an exhibition poster featuring work by Yves Brayer. It was created and printed in 1965 for an exhibition held in Arles at the Museon Arlaton.
About the artist:: Yves Brayer stands among the most celebrated contemporary French painters. Although he was faithful to the figurative tradition, his ample skills were enriched by his personal vision.
His oeuvre proved to be very diverse, for besides his well-known landscapes, he also painted vast canvases, portraits and still-lives. Moreover, he was deeply interested in all the techniques at the disposition of his fertile artistic mind and craft.
A lover of Mediterranean landscapes, Yves Brayer sojourned in Morocco, Spain and Italy before settling down in the Camargue and in Provence. As with other fellow painters of the inter-war years, Yves Brayer devoted a large part of his work to making a record of the then everyday life. Although Brayer was always independent, he was on friendly terms with such painters such as Francis Gruber, founder of "Nouveau Réalisme", the New French Realism of the 50s made famous by Bernard Buffet.
The poster is in excellent condition and we feel the colors are vibrant and would bring a bit of color in any room.