"Pierre Humbert (1929-2016). "Natural wood frame (Usual wear). Frame dimensions 67 x 67 cm.
Dimensions of the painting 50 x 50 cm. Signed lower left.
On the canvas, on the back of the painting, trace of a label.
Incomplete label on the chassis. Painting exhibited at the Galerie Pierre.
Pierre Loeb is a French gallery owner who was born in Paris in 1897 and died in 1964.
He is the founder of Galerie Pierre. The Pierre gallery, 2 rue des Beaux-Arts, will host works by Giacometti, Antonin Artaud, Dora Maar, Vieira da Silva, Zao Wou-Ki, Jean-Paul Riopelle, Georges Mathieu, André Lanskoy, Sergio de Castro, Constantin Macris, Paul Kallos, Jacques Germain, Bernard Dufour, Georges Feher, Georges Romathier and others.
Pierre Humbert is a French painter born in Paris in 1929 and died in Hautes-Provence in 2016.
Abstract painter at the start of his career. He exhibits with the group "Les mains éblouies", a group of young abstract painters and sculptors that the Maeght gallery will exhibit regularly. (Jean Signovert, Pierre Dmitrienko, Bernard Quentin, Serge Rezvani, Robert Baudinière, Raymond Mason and Jacques Lanzmann are among them).
Pierre Humbert in 1963 left Paris for Hautes-Provence.
His painting evolves towards an abstract landscape.
He seeks an allusive and poetic representation of the landscape.
His painting is readily materialist. Exhibited in 1971-1972 in Paris.