"Abstraction "jaune" By Jacques Germain"Abstract painting signed "Jacques Germain" and dated 65 on the lower right, signed and dated on the back 4/4/65, stamp of an art gallery of Antibes, and original label of a gallery d Art of avenue Matignon, Paris (see photos). Jacques Germain: (1915-2001) Pupil of the Modern Academy directed by Fernand Léger and Amédée Ozenfant, will be sent to the Bauhaus on advice of Blaise Cendrars and Fernand Léger. He arrived in Dessau in 1931 and was the only Frenchman to study at the Bauhaus. Returning to Paris in July 1932, he returned to Germany in Frankfurt in October to follow the courses of the constructivist painter Willi Baumeister. With the arrival of the Nazis in power, he returned to Paris and revamped the advertising design. In September 1936 he accomplished his military service, war broke out a few years later, he was taken prisoner and remained in captivity for three years. On his return to France he devoted himself mainly to painting and made his first solo exhibition in Paris in 1949, and subsequently participated in numerous international exhibitions.