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拍品詳情

Collection Marianne et Pierre Nahon

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Robert Combas
N. 1957
IL SUFFIT DE PASSER LE PONT
acrylic on canvas                                                                                          Executed in 1992.
This work is registered in the Robert Combas Archives under number 3307.
signed and dated 92
211 x 257 cm; 83 11/16 x 101 3/16 in.
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來源

Acquired from the artist by the current owners

展覽

Sète, La mauvaise réputation, Peintures de Robert Combas autour de Georges Brassens, 1992; catalogue, illustrated

相關資料

We met Robert Combas at Ben’s during the summer 1981. He was 22 or 23, had just come out of the fine arts school of Montpellier, and his paintings, the way he talked about them, seemed like something new. It brought a freshness that had disappeared, a good mood we were no longer used to.

In September, he came with his works: he had made astonishing paintings on all sorts of fabrics, bed sheets, dishtowels and table clothes. We bought everything. 

Some might say that Robert Combas is doing late “clean Bad Painting” without recognizing his efforts to create a painting that does not disavow its “primitive instincts”, and his choice of a clumsy and rough rendering. Others will object it is an uneducated painting inspired by a barbarian culture: comics, rock music, Palace, advertisement, medias… However Robert Combas invented a new avant-garde: Free Figuration.

Collection Marianne et Pierre Nahon

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巴黎