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Roland Chanco (1914-2017), Painting
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"Roland Chanco (1914-2017), Painting"
CHANCO (Roland), painter born in Reignac-sur-Indre on February 05, 1914. In the 1930s, he left his native Touraine in which he was already noted for his talents as a painter and moved to Paris to learn sculpture in Marcel Gimond's workshop. But very quickly, he returned to painting and frequented great artists such as Maurice Utrilo, Edmond Heuzé, Gen Paul and Pablo Picasso who noticed "the vigor of his paintings". Paris inspired him enormously, especially the Butte Montmartre district. It was in 1947 that he decided to settle on the French Riviera. He found Pablo Picasso there and rubbed shoulders with Joan Miro, Jean Lurçat, Jean Cocteau, Marc Chagall and many others. From 1970, Roland Chanco modified his painting and entered his so-called "kaleidoscopic" period where his creative power gave his compositions surprising effects. Her imagination creates unusual and endearing characters who vibrate with colors. This work, an oil on canvas, titled "Gisèle et Oscar" dates from 2000. It appears in catalog raisonné number 2 number 2240. Canvas in good condition. Height 92 cm. Width 73 cm. (Format 30F). Delivery by independent professional carrier on mainland France for the fixed price of 80.00 euros including tax. For other destinations, please contact us so that we can establish a quote. You can contact us on 0787869393 or 0953253741.
Price : 3850 €
Period:20th Century
Style:Modern Art
Condition : Bon état

Material : Huile sur toile
Width : 73 cm
Height : 92 cm

Reference : 592598
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