"Jacqueline Vladimir Pavlowsky Signed Abstract 2 Nd School Of Paris XX Rt22"
Mixed techniques (charcoal wash) on soft cardboard, representing an abstract graphic work. Calcined dark shapes undulate and fragment under the weight of suffering, an apocalyptic vision of a world emerging from the ashes of war. Signed on the lower right, top right and countersigned on the back: J PAVLOWSKY. Dated at the bottom and back: 1956. Condition: Good condition Dimensions: 45 x 33 cm Biography: Jacqueline Pavlowsky was born on September 1, 1921 in Vincennes of a Russian father and a Polish mother, pursuing post-war studies in chemistry , While devoting himself to painting. Strongly marked by the Shoah, where she lost a father and a brother, she did not paint from 1945 to 1952. In 1952, she devoted herself totally, absolutely to her art. With her scientific knowledge, she is looking for a matt material, animated with a sensitive graphics. Two years later, she opted for "informal abstraction", defined by art critic Michel Tapié. His Work asserts "existentialism" like that of his colleague Wols, qualified as such by Jean-Paul Sartre. Three periods can be distinguished in her work: 1957-1965: she works the matter with extreme refinement. The means employed are often oil and gouache. The colors are often deaf, the gray dominating. 1965: Jacqueline Pavlowsky is a victim of a traffic accident. She became acquainted with the world of medicine, the hospital. She realizes a series of collages, mixed works, torn papers. 1965-1971: his work flourishes in bright and warm colors. Deep and fragile, she committed suicide in 1971. Listed on the Benezit; It is exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in Paris and at the Frankfurt Museum. Careful packaging. Sending: in colissimo followed, assured. Shipping: National and international. Location: France, European Union, Eastern Europe, Russia, United States, Canada, Australia, Asia, China, Japan. Other countries, contact us before purchase. If you have a question? Francophones: by phone or email. Non francophones: by email. Telephone: 0466514731 from 9 am to 8 pm (Paris time). Means of payment: French check, Bank transfer, Money order, Paypal.