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A painting must contain a universe, material and spiritual, known and unknown.
Paul Jenkins is born in 1923 in Kansas City in the Missouri (United States). When he is a teenager, he works in a ceramic factory and enjoys learning a lot about colors. Paul Jenkins settles down in New York in 1948, and joins the Art Students League; there, Yasuo Kuniyoshi and Morris Kantor are his influential professors. At first associated to the abstract expressionism, his work takes later a . . .
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To read about the artist :
- « The paintings of Paul Jenkins », K. B. Sawyer, Ed. Two Cities, Paris, 1961
- « P. Jenkins - Prismes brisées », Gal. des Ponchettes, Nice, Ed. Galilée, 1970
- « Paul Jenkins », Albert Edward Elsen, Ed. Horay, Paris, 1973
- « Paul Jenkins », Albert Edward Elsen, Abrams Publisher, New York, 1974
- « Paul Jenkins », Alain Bosquet, Ed. Veyrier, 1982
- « Paul Jenkins, oeuvres », collectif, cat., Musée Picasso, Antibes, 1987
- « Euphories de la couleur », André Verdet, Ed. Imago Terrae, St-Paul, 1988
- « Conjunctions and annexes », Pascal Bonafoux, Ed. Galilée, Paris, 1991
- « L’eau et la couleur », F. A. Trapp, Ed. Paca, Angers, 1994
- « P. Jenkins », K. Minturn, cat. d’exposition, The Redfern Gallery, Londres, 2005
To read from the artist :
- « Dialogue entre Paul Jenkins et Jean Cassou », Ed. Galerie Karl Flinker, Paris,
- « P.J., oeuvres majeures », Palais des Beaux-Arts, Lille, int. P. Bouchet, 2005
Stamp by Paul Jenkins
The publication of a postal stamp is often a homage paid by a nation to a place, an event, a remarkable cause or a character which count. The painters and other artists do not escape from this rule. Some are however "forgotten" of postal art. Here, gathered below (French or foreign), emitted stamps (206) or simple studies of stamp (224) in homage to the artists represented on our website. The first French stamp was emitted in 1849, England preceded us by ten years. There is often a share of voyage in this small form of shape paper. The stamp circulates, sails, flies away, it makes dream, then dream a little. M.C.
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Artist's dedication for "Langue d'Eros"
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