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Etching can say whatever painting says.
Marc-Antoine Bissière also known as Loutre was born in 1926 in Paris. His father Roger Bissière is a painter, he teaches at the Académie Ranson attended by Jean Le Moal, Alfred Manessier and sculptor Etienne Martin among others. In 1938 the Bissières leave Paris and settle in Boissièrettes (Lot). Loutre - nickname that was given by his father - works in the field and experiences farming. He . . .
Bibliographic track & more
to read about the artist :
- « L’art de Louttre », J. Lassaigne, Cat. d’expo, Galerie J.-Bucher, Paris, 1962
- « Le renouveau de l’estampe », B. Gheerbrandt, in Gal. des Arts, n°44, mai 1967
- « Portraits en douze esquisses », Baptiste-Marrey, Ed. Le Castor Astral, 1994
- « Louttre. B », Anne Malherbe, Ed. Ides et Calendes, Neuchâtel, 2007
To read from the artist :
- « Loutre. B », interview (1997) de C. Guibert, Encyclopédie A.A.C., 2001
Stamp by Louttre B
The publication of a postal stamp is often a homage paid by a nation to a place, an event, a remarkable cause or a character which count. The painters and other artists do not escape from this rule. Some are however "forgotten" of postal art. Here, gathered below (French or foreign), emitted stamps (206) or simple studies of stamp (224) in homage to the artists represented on our website. The first French stamp was emitted in 1849, England preceded us by ten years. There is often a share of voyage in this small form of shape paper. The stamp circulates, sails, flies away, it makes dream, then dream a little. M.C.
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