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Demeure, Youri 20th century , male . Born 1927 . Painter . A Belgian painter working in Antwerp and influenced by Jean Dubuffet.

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Demeure, Jean-François French , 20th – 21st century , male . Born 10 January 1946 , in Civray (Vienne) . Sculptor . Jean-François Demeure graduated in 1968 with a sculpture diploma from the École Nationale d'Art in Nice and went on to teach at the École des Arts Décoratifs in Limoges, initially lecturing in general culture but subsequently focusing on sculpture. Up to 1982 , Demeure was involved in installations and similar events of an ephemeral nature, one of which was held at the Château St-Jean de Ligoure. Subsequently, he started to work with more durable

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Barlier, Jean Ferdinand French , 18th century , male . Active in Paris. Painter . Barlier appeared on the register of the students at the Académie as a protégé of Demeure.

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1906 , in Heverlee . Painter , illustrator . Étienne de Hennin studied architecture at the academy in Louvain. He depicted the landscapes of Belgium, the Dordogne and Provence in warm colours. He illustrated many books, including Jean Giono's Joy of Man's Desiring ( Que ma joie demeure ) and Alain-Fournier's The Lost Domain ( Le Grand Meaulnes ). Museum and Gallery Holdings Brussels (Bibliothèque royale Albert Ier, Prints Collection)

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Tissier, Jeanne French , 20th century , female . Born 24 August 1888 , in Moulins (Allier) . Painter , pastellist , engraver , illustrator . Jeanne Tissier studied under G. Bruges and P. Thomas. Books illustrated by her include Old Bourbonnais Dwellings ( Vieilles Demeures Bourbonnaises ), Old Bourbonnais Songs ( Vieilles Chansons Bourbonnaises ) and L'Hospice de Beaune , for which she also provided the captions. She exhibited in Paris at the Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts from 1923 , at the Salon d'Automne from 1928 , and at Moulins.

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, of absinthe poisoning. Painter , draughtsman . Champagne, a follower and friend of the mysterious occultist Fulcanelli, illustrated the latter's two major hermetic treatises, Mystery of the Cathedrals ( Le Mystère des Cathédrales ) and Dwellings of the Philosophers ( Les Demeures Philosophales ). These works claim that the Gothic cathedrals of medieval Europe contain encoded alchemical and esoteric symbolism in their architecture and decoration. In 1925 , Champagne founded a hermetic society known as the Brotherhood of Heliopolis, to which the books are dedicated

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30 May 1991 : Untitled ( ink/paper , 27½ × 39¼ ins/70 × 100 cm) SEK 12,000 Stockholm , 10-12 May 1993 : Scales ( aluminium , h. 8¼ ins/21 cm) SEK 9,500 Stockholm , 30 Nov 1993 : Progress ( 1966 , aluminium , h. 9 ins/22 cm) SEK 5,000 Bibliography Ostergren, Jan : ‘La Demeure charnelle - Une cathédrale humaine’ in Opus international , periodical, Paris, autumn 1978.

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1930 . From 1937 he produced many illuminations and in 1941 , after meeting Jean Lurçat, he devoted himself to producing tapestry designs. He belonged to the group of tapestry designers founded at the instigation of André Lurçat and represented by Denise Majorel's gallery La Demeure . In 2003 , his works were exhibited with the bronze bestiary by the sculptress Alexandra de Lazareff at Homage to Dom Robert (1907-1997): Aubusson Tapestries, Works on Paper ( Hommage à Dom Robert (1907-1997): Tapisseries d'Aubusson, Œuvres sur Papier ) at Vascoeuil castle in

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siècles ), at the Musée de Mainssieux in Voiron. In 1996 , her work was shown in a retrospective exhibition at the archives of the Isère département in Grenoble. Bibliography Leflaive, Anne : Stéphanie de Virieu , Pavois, Paris, 1947. Leflaive, Anne : ‘Stéphanie de Virieu’ in La Demeure Historique n° 3, periodical, 1975. Stéphanie de Virieu, regards , exhibition catalogue, Archives départementales de l'Isère, Grenoble, 1996. Orillard, René : Le canton de Virieu-sur-Bourbre , Sutton, St-Cyr-sur-Loire, 2002. Femmes peintres en Dauphiné XIXe et XXe siècles , group

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stone' were built entirely unaided, praised by the Surrealists and attract increasing numbers of visitors. Bibliography Gérard, Marie-José : ‘Le Musée imaginaire du Facteur Cheval’ in Le Jardin des Arts , periodical, Paris, November 1956. Ehrmann, Gilles : Les Inspirés et leurs demeures , Le Temps, Paris, 1962. Borne, Alain : Le Facteur Cheval , Robert Morel, Mone, 1969. Verillon, Maurice : ‘Le Palais idéal du Facteur Cheval’ in Gazette des Beaux-Arts , periodical, Paris, September 1970. Monnin, Françoise : Tableaux choisis. L'Art brut , Éd. Scala, Paris, 1997

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ly the first sculpture-objects from the early 1980s, which consisted of beams juxtaposed or grouped together and placed on the ground. Bury's personality is evident in his 'architectonic' sculptures, which, following the Russian Constructivists, André Bloc and the Residences ( Demeures ) of Étienne-Martin, contribute to the creation of an art form that marries sculpture and architecture. He has taken part in collective exhibitions, notably: 1976 , Duisburg museum, Kunsthalle in Nuremberg, Palatinate gallery in Kaiserslautern; 1978 , Darmstadt and Nuremberg;

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and various compositions, New York; 1962 , in Paris, new paintings at the Galerie Pierre Domec ( Sea , Mysterious Water , Grey Water ) and tapestries at the Galerie La Demeure ( Ribbon of Stars , Aracynthe , Flora ); 1964 , 1967, paintings, at the Galerie Pierre Domec, Paris; 1965 , 15 tapestries ( Swallowed up Sky , Marine Sky , Starry Sea ), 1970 , 1973, 1977 , the Galerie La Demeure, Paris; 1974 , the Musée des Beaux-Arts, Palais St-Pierre, Lyons; 1985 , the Galerie Inard, Paris; 1988 , the Chapelle des Jésuites, Nîmes; 1988 , the Musée des Tapisseries

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Brachot in Brussels; 1970 , Surrealist Echoes ( Résonances surréalistes ), at the Galerie A. Zerbib in Paris; 1971 , According to ( D'après ), in Lugano; 1973-1974 Surrealism Now and Always ( Surrealismo ancora i sempre ), in Milan, Turin, Bologna and Rome; 1976 , Les Demeures d'Hypnos in Paris, Brussels and Milan; 1976 , Contemporains IV at the Musée National d'Art Moderne de Paris, and in other venues. Solo exhibitions of his paintings included: 1956 , 1958, 1960 , Galerie François Petit, Paris; 1957 , London; 1961 , Brussels; 1965 , 1971,

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Flowers ( tapestry , 66½ × 82¾ ins/169 × 210 cm) FRF 46,000 Paris , 7 Oct 1991 : Morning Star ( 1985 , tapestry , 79¼ × 105½ ins/201 × 268 cm) FRF 11,500 Bibliography Gischia, Léon (preface): Michel Tourlière , exhibition catalogue, Gal. La Demeure, Paris, 1968. Michel Tourlière , exhibition catalogue, Gal. La Demeure, Paris, 1973.

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(wood), engraver . Figure compositions, landscapes, landscapes with figures, seascapes, still-lifes, flowers . Jehan FRISON: signature or monogram Jehan Frison studied with Auguste Oleffe. He exhibited on various occasions with the Fauves Brabançons (Brabant Fauves), who met at the Demeure du Rouge-Cloître owned by Auguste Oleffe. This movement was closer to Post-Impressionism than to French Fauvism. He painted landscapes, seascapes and still-lifes using pure, light colours applied in thick layers with rough surfaces that hint at his other activities of wood-engraving

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Angoulême, Edinburgh, Dôle and other places; Salon de Montrouge, 1986 . Solo exhibitions of his work include: Céret, 1971 ; Galerie Guénant, Limoges, 1973 ; Galerie Alternative, Paris, 1975 ; Montmorillon Community Art Centre, 1975 ; Brive Cultural Centre, 1976 , with Jean-François Demeure, 1976 ; École Régionale des Beaux-Arts, Clermont-Ferrand, 1984 ; École Nationale d'Art Décoratif, Limoges, 1985 ; Musée d'Art Moderne, Céret, 1987 . Bibliography Jude , exhibition catalogue, Maison de la Culture, Montmorillon, 1975. Jude , exhibition catalogue, Musée d'Art Moderne

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constructions, made out of various objects such as sheet metal, wire netting, copper wire, cornices, windows and various objects from demolished buildings. As rudimentary shelters, these works are both sculptural and architectural. They are a little like Étienne-Martin's Residences ( Demeures ), although the intentions are very different. Saret's assemblages are only temporary states and are intrinsically unbalanced, while the structures seem unpredictable and almost anarchic. They are also the poetry of distant lands. Like the work of Eva Hesse, Keith Sonnier and even

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Givaudan, Geneva, 1967. Ragon, Michel : Étienne-Martin , Éd. de la Connaissance, Brussels, 1970. Étienne-Martin : Le Mur miroir , Éd. Aréa, Paris, 1982 (poem by Dominique Le Buhan). Le Buhan, Dominique : ‘Les Demeures-mémoires d'Étienne-Martin’ in Coll. Format/Art , Herscher, Paris, 1982. Bozo, Dominique / Michaud, Yves / Szeemann, Harald : Étienne-Martin, les Demeures , exhibition catalogue, Musée national d'Art moderne, Paris, 1984. Szeemann, H. / Breerette, G. : Étienne-Martin , exhibition catalogue, Chapelle Saint-Louis de la Salpêtrière, Paris, 1988 (documentation)

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at the Galerie Villand-Galanis in Paris ( 1957 ); at the Galerie Chimène in St-Étienne ( 1963 ); Expressionist Tapestries 1945-1948 ( Tapisseries Expressionnistes 1945-1948 ), a tapestry exhibition at the Galerie La Demeure in Paris ( 1966 ); Battles and Tournaments ( Batailles et Tournois ), another tapestry exhibition at the Galerie La Demeure in Paris ( 1968 ); a retrospective exhibition of paintings and tapestries at the Maison de la Culture in St-Étienne ( 1969 ); at the Maison de la Culture in Bourges ( 1972 ); Paintings from the Arcueil Period ( Peintures

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international , no. 20, periodical, Paris, 1990. Durand, Régis : ‘Pascal Convert, l'inquiétude de la mémoire’ in Art Press , periodical, Paris, March 1992. Wat, Pierre : ‘Pascal Convert’ in Beaux-Arts Magazine , no. 132, periodical, Paris, March 1995. Didi-Huberman, Georges : La demeure, la souche - Apparentements de l'artiste , Éd. de Minuit, Paris, 1999. Zahm, Olivier (preface), et al.: Trésors publics, 20 ans de création dans les Fonds régionaux d'art contemporain , Flammarion, Paris, 2003 (text in French and English).