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PHILIPPE-CHARLES BURNOT (French / 1877-1956)

Philippe-Charles Burnot was born in Lantignié (Rhône). Burnot was introduced to the art of wood engraving by Georges Bruyer. In 1929 Philippe-Charles Burnot founded Le Bois Gravé Lyonnais in an effort to promote the art of wood engraving; Philippe Burnot also produced etchings, copper engravings, drypoints and monotypes. The influence of Matisse is strong in Burnot's work, until 1948 when, influenced by Klee and Kandinsky, Philippe-Charles Burnot abandoned figurative for abstract art. See: Various, Philippe Burnot, 1961.

See also:

GEORGES BRUYER
MARIANNE CLOUZOT
MICHEL JAMAR
MICHEL MATHONNAT

Selected prints by PHILIPPE-CHARLES BURNOT

Mas et figuiers, 1947
Engraving
Le cheminée blanche, 1947
Engraving
Olivette et moulin, 1947
Engraving

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