Tony Agostini (1916-1 990) “peasant Chair With Black Cup”. flag


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"Tony Agostini (1916-1 990) “peasant Chair With Black Cup”."
Tony AGOSTINI (1916-1 990) “Peasant chair with black cut” Oil on canvas, signed lower center resigned and titled on verso. 46 x 33 cm and 65 x 53 with frame Provenance: Galerie Guigné, Paris, 89 rue du Faubourg-Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris. Biography Tony Agostini is a self-taught painter. Although very young passionate about Rembrandt and Paul Cézanne1, it was the prospect of an administrative career in Paris that led him to settle in Montmartre where, in 1944, he was found linked to Francis Carco, Marcel Aymé, and especially the painter Gen Paul2 of whom he is the neighbor in the avenue Junot. Tony Agostini was part of the La Chignolle fanfare with Gen Paul, Jean d'Esparbès, Frank-Will, Pere Créixams and Marcel Aymé3, and he began to paint in 1946, his first pictorial themes being crowd movements and nocturnal Paris4. "Perhaps influenced by Gen Paul in the color which is both shocked and murky, he observes as to the form the strict Cézanne principles, sometimes inflected by cubism". Moving then towards landscapes, studio interiors and more essentially towards still life (a major theme in his lithographic work), his personal practices of horseback riding, cycling and especially rugby nevertheless give meaning to his sending to the Salon of painters who witnessed their time in 1957 with a “vast canvas” entitled Rugby - Le plaqué1. It was in this same year 1957 that Tony Agostini moved to Antony, initially at 3, rue d'Alsace-Lorraine, then at 7, rue des Augustins where he lived until his death. Public collections: French Embassy in La Paz (Bolivia), Still life with bouquet and fruit bowl, oil on canvas 60x73cm, 1958. Economic, Social and Environmental Council, Paris, Mon atelier, oil on canvas 116x89cm, 1955; Landscape of Brittany, oil on canvas 81x65cm, 1956. Exhibitions: The School of Paris, Charpentier gallery, Paris, from 1955 to 1959 ”. Galerie Visconti from 1949 to 1952 Galerie Guigne from 1977 to 1982. Bibliography: LA JEUNE PEINTURE, by Éric Mercier or the figurative alternative of the 1950s. (Reproduced on page 17). Edmond Humeau, Tony Agostini, in a collective work The painters witnesses of their time, Éditions Achille Weber / Hachette, 1961 (on page 60, a portrait of Tony Agostini is drawn by Roger Lersy). René Barotte, Tony Agostini, in a collective work Les Peintres witnesses de leur temps, Éditions Achille Weber / Hachette, 1957. Marc Alyn (preface by Henri Gineste), Vision sur Tony Agostini, Éditions Vision sur les arts, Béziers, 1979. Roger Peyrefitte , Tony Agostini, Play Time Editions, La Varenne, 1987.
Price: 1200 €
Artist: Toni Agostini (1916-1990)
Period: 20th century
Style: Modern Art
Condition: Excellent état

Material: Oil painting
Width: 33
Height: 46

Reference: 860949
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