Jean Commère (1920-1986)
Chausey, circa 1960
Oil on canvas
Born in 1920 in Paris, Jean Commère joined the Paris School of Fine Arts in 1938. His career as a painter began in 1945, propelled in 1952 by the Othon-Friesz Grand Prize.
To paint in 1950 men, women, children, landscapes, still lifes... At a time when abstraction was asserting itself as a major trend, where new, more conceptual trajectories were already being defined, Jean Commère was convinced that figurative art remained relevant. He joined the painters of the group of the Young Painting then those of the salon of the Painters witnesses of their time who affirm since 1947 their realistic vocation.
Exceptional draftsman, watercolourist colorist, Jean Commère was also an accomplished painter. Her favourite themes are all represented in the centenary exhibition: landscapes, intimate figures, genre scenes, bouquets of flowers… The work is flamboyant and captivating. The retrospective exhibition offers a reading that updates the work of this painter and gives him a new reading: modern, strong, personal
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