Georges COROMINAS - Le Bal du Moulin Rouge à Montmartre

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Oil on canvas. 73x92cm. 

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Born in 1945

" Le Bal du Moulin Rouge à Montmartre "

Oil on canvas. 73x92cm. 

• 2019 - France - " Utrillo, Valadon, Utter et les Peintres de Montmartre". [ cover of the catalog and poster ].

Corominas is a french painter born in 1945 and son of a Spanish painter and sculptor, he studies at the National School of Fine Arts of Alger. Back in France in 1962, he very early noticed by the precision of his lines and the harmony of colors, having been inspired by Spanish masters Goya, Velázquez and Murillo then by developing Dali surrealist themes. Winner of prestigious awards in major national and international exhibitions, his paintings are noticed by collectors. The artist painter uses Masters Corominas techniques (Renaissance) and the 15th & 16th century (Clouet and Dürer) and is inspired by the Dutch painters grinding his own pigments and the painter Turner (Romanticism movement) with the technique of fuzzy transparency and sailing Effects by glaze process. His thema : Venise, Paris, Asie (Vietnam: la baie d’ Along..., Birmanie), Don Quichotte, Afrique du nord, la Russie...