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I try in my painting which the body becomes the body even of the painting.
Michel Carlin is born in 1935. He is a child in 1943 when he knows bombardments in Chambéry (Savoy), his birthplace. Terrified, he discovers first corpses terribly mutilated in a familiar landscape that became apocalyptic. Later, Carlin will write that it is undoubtedly this day that he became painter. He leaves for Paris in 1954; without financial resource, he takes refuge to the Academy of “la . . .
Catalogue(s) raisonné(s)Non réalisé à ce jour. All the "catalogues raisonnés"
Bibliographic track & more
to read about the artist :
- « Carlin, militant de l’art », A. Van Der Eecken, in Nice-Matin, Oct. 1983
- « Suzanne Fragments », A. M. Villeri, Cat., Galerie Renoir, Nice, 1990
- « Mémoire de corps », F. Altmann, in Nice-Matin, Oct. 2000
- « Michel Carlin. Mémoire de corps », Cat. Galerie de la Marine, Nice, 2001
To read from the artist :
- « L’obscur sur le problème de la sagesse », H. Go, Ed. Septentrion, Pres. Univ.
Stamp by Michel Carlin
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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