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Yves Brayer (1907-1990)

Yves Brayer (1907-1990)

Yves BRAYER (18 November 1907 – 29 May 1990) was a French painter known for his paintings of everyday life. He was born in Versailles and became known in the years between the 1st and the 2nd World War. He studied at the academies in Paris and Montparnasse from 1924, then at the cole des Beaux-Arts. Although he was independent and never belonged to any particular movement, he was friends with Francis Gruber, the founder of the Nouveau R_alisme school. then traveled to Spain, where the masterpieces in the Prado Museum had a profound influence on him. After a stay in Morocco, he went to Italy , where he won the Grand Prix de Rome in 1930. From 1934 he settled back in Paris, where he had his first solo exhibition. He remained in occupied Paris during World War II. After the war, he traveled extensively to Mexico, Egypt, Iran, Greece, Russia, the United States and Japan, trying to capture the light and colors of each country. He was interested in the techniques of copperplate engraving and lithography and illustrations produced for editions by authors such as Charles Baudelaire and Paul Claudel . He also created murals and wall decorations, tapestry cartoons, models, sets and costumes for the Th__tre Fran

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