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MICHELE BATTUT (French / 1946)

Michèle Battut has won international renown as a painter, lithographer, and sculptor. She was born in Paris, and studied under Jean Aujame at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière and Roger Chapelain-Midy at the École Nationale des Beaux-Arts. Among many prizes and honours, she was made a Peintre Officiel de la Marine in 2003. She has exhibited widely since her first solo show at the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Arras in 1965; her work is particularly popular in Japan where she has exhibited frequently with the Galerie Art Brillant. There was an exhibition of Michèle Battut's lithographs at the Musée de Bourbonne des Bains from May to September 2007. With her husband Geoffroy Parisot de Recicourt, Michèle Battut has also made an important collection of traditional wedding headdresses, displayed at their home, the Manoir de Vacheresses les Basses in Nogent le Roi. Our prints are original colour lithographs inspired by the poetry of Baudelaire.

See also:

BERNADETTE KELLY
CLAUDE SERRE
ROGER CHAPELAIN-MIDY

Selected prints by MICHELE BATTUT

Portraits de
Mâitresses, 1988
Lithograph
Le crépuscule du
soir, 1988
Lithograph
J'aime ses grands
yeux bleus, 1988
Lithograph

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