- Creator / Artist / Designer:Cécile Miguel ( 1921 - 2001 )
- Signature / Monogram:'MIGUEL 57'
- Period:20th Century / Mid Century / 1940 - 1960
- Country of Origin:Belgium
- Dimensions (H x W x D):90cm x 115cm x 3cm
- Weight:8 Kg
- Number of components:1
- Style:Contemporary, Tachist, Abstract
- Materials:Oil on panel
Important work of CECILE MIGUEL "Composition N ° 4", Oil on panel, ABSTRACT TACHIST painting from 1957.
Performed in Provence in France (Saint Etienne en Grès) when she exhibited with JOAN MIRÓ and PABLO PICASSO.
Painting in good condition, signed "MIGUEL", dated 1957, located on the back (see photos details).
Artist's workshop (see label on the back).
Work represented in the exhibition catalog "Abstract Art in Wallonia", 1964.
- "ABSTRAIT WALLONS", L'Art Abstrait Wallon de 1964, Exhibited in Liège - Charleroi - Gand - Nice - Lyon in 1964 (see other label on the back).
- "The Art of the XXIth Century", "Art and Find" (see other label on the back).
Cécile Miguel, painter, Belgian collagist from Hainaut, lived in Provence after 1945 with her husband, the writer André Miguel.
She exhibited in Lucerne in 1949 with Joan Miró and Pablo Picasso, in Vallauris in 1951, in a group of painters who were friends of Picasso. In the 1950s, she presented her work in French and Belgian galleries. She frequents Pablo Picasso and his wife Françoise Gilot, René Char, Jean Paulhan and Jacques Prévert, who dedicates a poem to her.
Back in Belgium (Ligny) in 1964, she voluntarily abandoned the commercial circuit but she never stopped painting, making numerous collages or writing several collections of poems.
An exhibition has just been dedicated to him at the Marthe Donas Museum in Ittre in December 2019 "Cécile Miguel, a forgotten life", it consisted of forty pieces, a journey through the work of an artist unjustly forgotten: watercolors and drawings of Provence, tachist compositions, assemblies, psychoscopies, collages, compositions with threadlike characters and disproportionate eyes…
An exhibition catalog has just been published and is available at the Marthe Donas museum.