Beloosesky Gallery is interested in purchasing original paintings by Paul Aizpiri.
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Paul Aizpiri was a painter and sculptor born in 1919 in Paris, France to an Italian mother and a father from the Basque Country, Spain. Aizpiri was an optimistic person since birth, a disposition reflected by the vibrant colors and the unrestrained brushstrokes characteristic of his works. His signature compositions always had a touch of friendliness with his integration of Fauvism, Expressionism, and Cubism.
In 1936, he started studying at L’École des Beaux-Arts, and his reputation was built as he held his first solo exhibition when he was 24. In 1939 Paul Aizpiri escaped from a German prisoner of war camp in Brittany and made his way back to Paris.
In 1946, he won a prize at the Salon de la Jeune Peinture, and exhibited his works along with those of the most influential post-war painters, including Bernard Buffet and Paul Rebeyrolle.
1956 was the year his path as an artist was altered, that year he met with Foujita, Soutine, Van Dongen, Utrillo and Picasso, who greatly influenced his style and work. From the 1950s, famous galleries all over the world started to invite him for solo exhibitions.
In 1996, an Aizpiri museum (Nakata Museum of Art) opened in Japan, which is a rare honor for living artists.
He was the founder of "Salon des Moins de Trente ans". He was a member of the October Salon since 1945, and was also an active member of "Salon d'Automne", "Salon des Independents" and of the Tullerias.
He died of pneumonia on January 22nd, 2016, at the age of 96.
His Works are exhibited permanently at the New Vision Gallery (Jerusalem).
1919 Born in Paris, France.
1936 Studies Ecole des Beaux-Arts.
1945 Becames a member of the Salon d'automne.
1946 Wins a prize at the Salon de la Jeune Peinture.
1948 Wins the Corsica award
1951 Receives the Prix National.
Exhibited work in the Venice Biennale.
2016 Died of pneumonia on January 22nd, at the age of 96.
1943 Parvillee Gallery, Paris, France.
1945 Salon d'Automne, Paris, France.
1946 Salon de la Jeune Peinture, France.
1951 Venice Biennale,Venice, Italy.
Petrides Gallery, Paris, France.
1954 Galerie Gilbert et Paul Petrides, Paris.
1956 Wildenstein Gallery, New York.
1959 Ohana gallery, London.
Acosta Gallery, Los Angeles.
1963 2nd International Figure Arts Exhibition, Tokyo and Osaka, Japan, (exhibits every year).
Galerie Romanee, Paris, France
1969 Galerie Tamenaga
1972 Galerie Bateau Ivre, Brussels.
1974 Galerie Ducastel, Avignon.
1984 Retrospective, Espace Pierre Cardin, Paris.
1985 Chateau Du Val, France.
1986 Jean Gallary, Seoul.
1990 Galerie Tamenaga.
1994 Guethary Museum, France.
1996 Sarlat city, France.
2004 Musée Aïzpiri, Hiroshima.
2008 Galerie Tamenaga
2009 Retrospective, Albi city, France.
2011 Galerie Tamenaga
2015 Galerie Tamenaga