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Claude Venard

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Beyond works currently in stock, it seemed to me useful to combine business with pleasure by letting you discover others works by artists in my gallery. These artworks, now sold or removed from our website, have been in our stock in the past. These pages will undoubtedly make it possible for some of you to associate an image with its title or the other way round, for others it will be a good time to discover more on such and such artist. For the sake of confidentiality – the pieces being no longer available – we won't display neither their numbering or their price. For whatever reason, make sure to visit this amazing art database with to date 6441 online works just for your pleasure! Michelle Champetier

The works presented on this page are not available anymore.
Original signed lithograph de  : Composition I
Composition I
1962 Original lithograph, signed in pencil by the artist. Without
Single work Original signed painting de  : Woman and flowers
Woman and flowers
Circa 1965 Oil on canvas, signed on verso by the artist. Without

Catalogue(s) raisonné(s)

Catalogue(s) raisonné(s)
Not realised. All the "catalogues raisonnés"

Bibliographic track & more

To read from or about the artist :
* « Recent Paintings by Claude Venard, April-May 1955 », The Lefevre Gallery, London, 1955
* « Claude Venard », André Salmon, Ed. Galerie Romanet Vercel, Paris, 1962
* « La réaction figurative 1948-1958 », Ed. Christine et Alan Counord, Galerie 1950 - Alan, Paris, 1990
* « Claude Venard: Rétrospective 1938-1995 », Pierre Basset et Florence Condamine, Ed. Galerie Florence Basset, Flassans-sur-Issole, 1995

Website :
No website dedicated to the artist.

Stamp :
No stamp made.

Art movements

All art movements

Valuation - Brokerage

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Artists on display

The art and the artists display: proclamations, galleries, museums, personal or collective exhibitions. On walls or in shop windows, wise or rebels, posters warn, argue, show. Some were specially conceived by an artist for such or such event, other, colder, have only the letter.

Some were created in lithographic technic, most are simple offset reproductions. They are many those who like collecting these rectangles of paper, monochrome or in games of colours, in matt paper or brilliant, with many words or almost dumb.

We are happy also to be able to greet, by this pages, mythical galleries as those of Denise René, Louis Carré, Claude Bernard, Berheim Jeune, Maeght, Pierre Loeb and others.

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