Original artwork by Joseph Raumann – Titled: St-Va(a)st-la-Hougue, 1969
Oil on panel signed and dated on upper left and signed again and titled on verso.
Dimensions: 27 x 35 cm – 10.6 x 13.8 in. – With frame: 42 x 50 cm – 16.5 x 19.75 in.
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Joseph RAUMANN (1908 – 1999)
Born in 1908 in Budapest, Hungary he emigrated to France to study. He was a self-taught painter in a postimpressionist or neoimpressionist style. He was long under an exclusivity contract with Claude Marumo with whom he got angry and was no longer agreeing.
Exhibiting at The Goupil Gallery in Paris he was first attached to symbolic abstraction, he then practiced a more figurative form of art. He obtained the Grand Prix of the City of Agen in 1980 and was a member of the Friends of the Arts of Agen. His favorite subjects where, Ports, rivers, beaches and small fishing ports. Raumann dies on January 17, 1999 in Agen.
Bibliography: François Lespinasse, The School of Rouen, Fernandez, Sotteville-lès-Rouen, 1980 François Lespinasse, The School of Rouen, Lecerf, Rouen, 1995 – 1945, 2006.
Sources: Archives Ysebaert Louisseize arts #curators and other sources as Wikipedia
July 8, 2021
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