Emile Bellet Huge Clearance Sale "Heure Rouge" Limited Edition S/N. I have one of the largest inventories of the popular French painter Emille Bellet, and need to reduce levels so here's one of the best offerings you'll find on land or sea.
Note that these offerings are all brand new, never framed and are highly-desirable limited editions, not inexpensive open edition posters. Compare with all other offers!Beautiful giclee on paper "Heure Rouge" ("Red Hour"), hand signed, numbered in the limited edition, 139/950, and hard to find as it's not often offered. With the bright colors used by this artist, you can appreciate this gorgeous work wherever it is displayed.. The view jumps right off the canvas! The artist leaves faces blank so that the viewer can image any face. Perfect for that den or living room. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. My prices are a fraction of that. I have only a few of these so first buyers gets them.
Like-new condition and never framed. You'll probably not find a better value. Feel free to ask me any questions. Satisfaction is guaranteed as with all my lots. Just walk around and browse.No salesperson will bother you. Emile Bellet was born in Provence, France in 1941. He began to paint at 5 years old and by the age of 19 he held his first exhibition in 1960. When he was only 12, Emile won first prize in a national art journal. In 1976, his career began in earnest when he was noticed by Galerie Guigne.
Bellet completed the stained glass windows of the church Notre Dame de Bon Voyage (Our Lady of Happy Travels) in 1978, in Port de Bouc, France a beautiful display of his talent. He was also commissioned by the Alpine Maritime Region to paint the work, Travaux des Champs (Work in the Fields). Bellet is a self-taught artist who has aligned himself with the discipline of the Fauves (French for wild beasts) a school of artists who lived at the turn of the 20th century that includes Matisse, Cézanne, Dufy, and Vlaminck.
They painted in vivid non-authentic color and Emile has mastered this discipline with an impasto knife, using highly saturated colors to paint his elongated mannerist forms. Bellet loves his brushes and oil paints. When he began painting, there were no acrylics, and his love for his favorite tools increased. He enjoys painting en plein air as the Impressionists did, choosing to paint the villages and scenery from his native France. He lives high up in the mountains, taking in the breathtaking colors of the Mediterranean that suit his painting perfectly.
By painting outdoors, Bellet feels like he is bringing a small piece of Van Gogh to our time. Every morning, Bellet rises very early and eases into his activities of the day what he calls his second breathing state.
He arranges flowers, tends to his olive trees, and decodes the various themes of his paintings in his head. He thinks about his paintings for hours, has lunch, and begins working around noon for the rest of the day. Emiles paintings are notorious for the mysterious female he includes in his compositions. His wife, his daughter, and musings on an idyllic kind of woman are all sources for his inspiration.
The familiar female figure used throughout his work is symbolic of his impression of femininity. She represents all women and for this reason has no facial expression. She is timeless, ageless, and universal. He also paints her in stages first in blonde, then in brunette, and finally with red hair. The whimsical movement derived from Bellets impasto knife lends a sense of vision to his work, taking the viewer to a passing, momentary location.His settings are ethereal and transient, creating an atmosphere of mystery. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. The item "Emile Bellet Huge Incredible Clearance Sale Heure Rouge Limited Edition S/N" is in sale since Friday, January 10, 2020.
This item is in the category "Art\Art Prints". The seller is "vilgal" and is located in Dublin, Ohio.This item can be shipped to United States.