Anne Body "Parce queue" (painter from Namur) mixed media on paper, 1970


  • Creator / Artist / Designer:Anne Body ( 1939 - 2016 )
  • Signature / Monogram:Yes
  • Period:20th century - 1960 to 1980
  • Country of Origin:Belgium
  • Dimensions (H x W ):25 X 22,5 cm
  • Number of components:1
  • Condition:Excellent
  • Style:Abstract Art, Expressionist, Surrealist
  • Materials:Graphic, Oil on paper, Paper
  • Price:600 €



Anne Body " Parce queue ", drawing gouache on paper.
Abstract surreal composition.
Signed and dated 1970
Beautiful original condition
Provenance: Artist's studio background in 2018

Biography:

Anne Body (Anne-Marie Body) - (1939 - 2016)

Artist engraver, draftsman, painter and poet.

She specializes in etching (etching, drypoint, aquatint) and illustration (painting, wash, drawings, monotypes). His work full of feminism is poetic and surreal. In the manner of Alfred Jarry, influenced by the Cobra group, Pablo Picasso and Jean Cocteau, an expressionist expression of gestural, primitive, childlike type. An erotic and provoking world.
Born in Charleroi on July 16, 1939 and since 1940, she lives in Namur. From the early 1960s, she studied decorative arts at the Sainte Marie Institute in Brussels and then enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts of Namur in the Arts and Graphic Arts courses, completed her studies with of the "1st Prize with Great Distinction". Numerous prizes obtained before 1970 and in particular: Price of the Ministry of the Middle Classes, the Silver Medal of the Government. the Jean Graffé Prize (Engraving) ... She will collaborate with the Company Union Chimique Belge SA (UCB) in the realization of advertising projects (POSTAFENE) and will be noticed by the J. Walter Thompson Co SA which will expose it in 1971 in their offices located in Brussels. From 1970, she lives and occupies a workshop "My refuge" road Tancrémont 5, 4800 Pepinster. Died in 2016

Works acquired by the Crédit Communal bank, the State Collections, the Province of Liège, the Cabinet des Estampes of Brussels and Liège, private collections.