Ghy LEMM, whose real name is Marguerite LEMAIRE was born in the Vosges in 1888. She died in 1962. Self-taught, she chose, like the writer Colette whom she admired, to take a pseudonym to sign her paintings. A well-to-do young girl, she frequents social circles. His work, prodigious of vivacity and with a mischievous and deeply intimate character, describes the social life of the Roaring Twenties. She paints on the subject by attending fashion shows in the salons of stylist Rose Valois. She married in 1910 with the painter Hans Ekegardh. They exhibit together at the Salon des Indépendants, the Salon d'Automne and the Salon des Tuileries. She also exhibited in Paris in 1925 with a group of women painters including Marie Laurencin. Marguerite Lemaire appears in the "Bénézit". With its frame, the dimensions of the painting are 44 cm X 49 cm. flag

Ghy LEMM, whose real name is Marguerite LEMAIRE was born in the Vosges in 1888. She died in 1962. Self-taught, she chose, like the writer Colette whom she admired, to take a pseudonym to sign her paintings. A well-to-do young girl, she frequents social circles. His work, prodigious of vivacity and with a mischievous and deeply intimate character, describes the social life of the Roaring Twenties. She paints on the subject by attending fashion shows in the salons of stylist Rose Valois. She married in 1910 with the painter Hans Ekegardh. They exhibit together at the Salon des Indépendants, the Salon d'Automne and the Salon des Tuileries. She also exhibited in Paris in 1925 with a group of women painters including Marie Laurencin. Marguerite Lemaire appears in the "Bénézit". With its frame, the dimensions of the painting are 44 cm X 49 cm.
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"Ghy LEMM, whose real name is Marguerite LEMAIRE was born in the Vosges in 1888. She died in 1962. Self-taught, she chose, like the writer Colette whom she admired, to take a pseudonym to sign her paintings. A well-to-do young girl, she frequents social circles. His work, prodigious of vivacity and with a mischievous and deeply intimate character, describes the social life of the Roaring Twenties. She paints on the subject by attending fashion shows in the salons of stylist Rose Valois. She married in 1910 with the painter Hans Ekegardh. They exhibit together at the Salon des Indépendants, the Salon d'Automne and the Salon des Tuileries. She also exhibited in Paris in 1925 with a group of women painters including Marie Laurencin. Marguerite Lemaire appears in the "Bénézit". With its frame, the dimensions of the painting are 44 cm X 49 cm."
Ghy LEMM, whose real name is Marguerite LEMAIRE was born in the Vosges in 1888. She died in 1962. Self-taught, she chose, like the writer Colette whom she admired, to take a pseudonym to sign her paintings. A well-to-do young girl, she frequents social circles. His work, prodigious of vivacity and with a mischievous and deeply intimate character, describes the social life of the Roaring Twenties. She paints on the subject by attending fashion shows in the salons of stylist Rose Valois. She married in 1910 with the painter Hans Ekegardh. They exhibit together at the Salon des Indépendants, the Salon d'Automne and the Salon des Tuileries. She also exhibited in Paris in 1925 with a group of women painters including Marie Laurencin. Marguerite Lemaire appears in the "Bénézit". With its frame, the dimensions of the painting are 44 cm X 49 cm.
Price : 850 €
Artist : Marguerite Lemaire
Period:20th Century
Style:Other Style
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Huile sur carton
Width : 27 cm
Height : 22 cm

Reference : 653364
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Ghy LEMM, whose real name is Marguerite LEMAIRE was born in the Vosges in 1888. She died in 1962. Self-taught, she chose, like the writer Colette whom she admired, to take a pseudonym to sign her paintings. A well-to-do young girl, she frequents social circles. His work, prodigious of vivacity and with a mischievous and deeply intimate character, describes the social life of the Roaring Twenties. She paints on the subject by attending fashion shows in the salons of stylist Rose Valois. She married in 1910 with the painter Hans Ekegardh. They exhibit together at the Salon des Indépendants, the Salon d'Automne and the Salon des Tuileries. She also exhibited in Paris in 1925 with a group of women painters including Marie Laurencin. Marguerite Lemaire appears in the "Bénézit". With its frame, the dimensions of the painting are 44 cm X 49 cm.
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