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Jean Picart Le Doux
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H. 150 x L. 197 cm / H. 4ft 11 x W. 6ft 4

Tapestry after a cartoon by Jean Picart Le Doux

France, Aubusson, Hamot workshop

Bolduc signed by the artist sewn on the back of tapestry

Circa 1958

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Born in Paris in 1902 and died in Venice in 1982, J. Picart Le Doux is a self-taught painter who began his professional life in bookbinding and publishing. In 1933, he approaches the graphic arts and advertising. He met Lurçat in 1939, but made his first cartoon for tapestry in 1943. A founding member of the Association des Peintres Cartonniers de Tapisseries (APCT), he created numerous cartoons and obtained commissions from the State, local authorities and French and foreign companies. He was a professor at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs - He took part in several international exhibitions and is represented in the collections of several museums including the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (Jean Cassou, Max Damain, Renée Moutard Uldry - 1957 - La Tapisserie Française et les Peintres Cartonniers, p.120).


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