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PAUL REBEYROLLE (French / 1926-2005)

Paul Rebeyrolle was born in Eymoustiers, where there is now a museum devoted to his work, L'Éspace Paul Rebeyrolle. Rebeyrolle was severely ill as a child, suffering from tuberculosis of the bone, which kept him confined to bed for long periods, encouraging the development of his imagination. Rebeyrolle's art is influenced by Picasso, Braque, and especially Soutine. Associated in particular with Bernard Lorjou and Bernard Buffet, Paul Rebeyrolle reached his own point of equilibrium between realism and abstraction. There was a retrospective at the Grand Palais, Paris, in 1979, and another at the Fondation Maeght in 2000.

See also:

GEORGES BRAQUE
PABLO RUIZ PICASSO
BERNARD BUFFET
BERNARD LORJOU

Selected prints by PAUL REBEYROLLE

Pregnant woman, 1951
Serigraph/silkscreen
Io, vierge à cornes
de vache, 1950
Serigraph/silkscreen
Hommage à Aimé et
Marguerite Maeght, 1982
Lithograph

View all available prints by PAUL REBEYROLLE