Modern Art-Albert Malet (1912-1986) - Norman countryside under the snow
Canvas 65 cm by 54 cm
Very beautiful frame of 85 cm by 74 cm
Albert Malet was born on August 1912 in Bosc le Hard (Seine Maritime), he died on September 9, 1986.
Painter of the Rouen school, talented colorist from Impressionism, he is a pupil of Robert Antoine Pinchon (one of the Masters of the Rouen school), himself a pupil of Albert Lebourg.
Albert Malet began to paint in 1931. He exhibited three works at the Salon de l'école française at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris in 1942. He also exhibited abroad, notably in Germany, Algeria and Japan.
"... planting his easel at random on Norman routes, he captures on the canvas the fleeting atmosphere that separates the plans and vibrates the tones." - André Ruellan, art critic
"Fluctuating colors, a happy layout: landscapes in the Impressionist line and in the luminism of the Rouen school by a painter who took the motto:" See everything, feel everything: the artist's work must be impetuously communicative ".
Through his teaching (Malet trained many landscapers), he ensured continuity at the Rouen school. ”
Legrip Gallery, Rouen, 1941, 1942, 1943.
Albert Malet and the painters of the Norman School, Galerie Claude Marumo, Paris, June 1972.
Galerie Marumo, Paris, July 1974,
Galerie Marie-Jeanne Garoche, Paris, December 1996-January 1997.
Gallery of the Court of Albane, November 1997.
Albert Malet retrospective, Hôtel de Bourgtheroulde, Rouen, 2006.
Fortieth fair for friends of the arts and the Briançon Manor - Michel Ciry, Franck Innocent, Monique Journod, Albert Malet, Marcel Peltier, Gaston Sébire ..., Manoir de Briançon, Criel-sur-Mer, July-August 2008.
Impressionist Normandy - Albert Malet, Le Grenier à sel, La Bouille, August-September 2010.
Normandy Impressionist Festival - Tribute to Albert Malet, Petit-Couronne, September-October 2010.
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