"Richard Guino (1890-1973) - Drawing"
"Erotic drawing" Sanguine Monogram lower right From 1915 Dimensions at sight: 28 x 22 cm Bibliography: "We must find hands for Renoir!" »Art dealer Ambroise Vollard wants Renoir to exploit his talent by making sculptures. Alas, the master has arthritis; each morning, brushes must be attached to his hands so that he can paint his last pictures. Maillol is approached but refuses and proposes his best pupil, Catalan like him, the young Richard Guino. For nearly 5 years, he will be “the hands of Renoir” whose sculptures he will model from drawings and paintings. His collaboration with Renoir constitutes a singular episode in the history of Art. After Renoir's death in 1919, Guino resumed his work marked by neoclassicism. In parallel with his sculpted work, Richard Guino produces numerous glazed ceramics and furniture elements, as well as a large number of drawings. Her work is an ode to femininity. Sold with invoice and certificate General delivery conditions: We organize delivery worldwide. An estimate on request will be established to you during your purchase.