"Voir et revoir" oil on canvas, 1970, by the Belgian (Namur) painter Louis-Marie Londot.
Signed lower right, titled and dated on the back.
Very good original condition.
L-M Londot is an acknowledged painter of Belgian abstraction and Pop Art, like Evelyne Axell, Pol Mara, Roger Raveel, Marcel Mariën, Etienne Elias, Marcel Broodthaerts... Following in the footsteps of the great Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Jim Dine, Marisol, Martial Raysse, Richard Hamilton...
Two other Pop'Art and abstract works by the painter are visible and available on our site.
- Artist / Designer:Louis-Marie Londot (1924-2010)
- Signature / Monogram:Signed "ML Londot" lower right, titled and dated on the back.
- Period:20th Century / Mid Century / 1970
- Country of Origin:Belgium
- Dimensions (H x W x D):120 x 100 x 4 cm
- Weight:4 Kg
- Style:Pop Art
- Material:Oil on Canvas
- Belgium Delivery:On request
- International Delivery:On request
- Similar works exhibited and reproduced on pages 54 and 55 of the book "Louis-Marie Londot" by Louis Richardeau for Editions libro-sciences in 1991.
- Retrospective exhibition at the Maison de la Culture de Namur in 2015, see video of the exhibition below:
- Similar works exhibited and reproduced on pages 145, 148, 149,150,151,153,154 of the book "Belgitudes, 50 ans de passion du collectionneur belge Maurice Verbaet" by Michel Draguet and Hana Alkema for MV Editions in 2022, see video of this Exhibition at the LAAC museum in Dunkerque in 2022 below:
- Similar works featured on pages 73, 170, 171 of the book "Pop'Art in Belgium" by Carl Jacob for Fonds Mercator and ING in 2015.
Louis-Marie Londot was born on 11 March 1924 in Namur (Belgium) and died on 15 December 2010 in Bioul (Belgium). A master of polychromatic sacred art, he moved on to abstract art with simple and even sometimes anecdotal subjects, but an art always dominated by colours and the artistic richness of their contrast. He then moved on to Pop Art and took part in the "Pop Art" exhibition at the Palais des Beaux Arts in Brussels in 1965. The Maison de la Culture in Namur devoted an exhibition to him in 1978, and a catalogue was published in 1991 during an exhibition devoted to him at the Maison de la Culture in Namur.