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Bruno Richard

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Sorry this section is not available in your language.Bruno Richard est un dessinateur originaire de l'le Maurice o il est n en 1956. Il publiera dans de nombreux magazines graphiques. Etudiant de lENSBA (cole nationale suprieure des beaux-arts de Paris), puis de LENSAD (cole nationale suprieure des arts dcoratifs), il travaillera comme directeur artistique dans les annes 80 et 90,  puis comme rdacteur publicitaire....

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5 work(s) available

Carnet de dessins
Book
Ngres vulves...
Book
African Statues
Screenprint
Woman II
Lithograph
Woman I
Lithograph

Catalogue(s) raisonné(s)

Catalogue(s) raisonné(s)
Not realised. All the catalogues raisonnés

Bibliographic track & more

To read from or about the artist :
*  Elles Sont De Sortie n3 , Ed. Alain Avila, 1977
* Graphic production , Pascal Doury et Bruno Richard, Ed. Autrement, 1983
* Pascal Doury et Bruno Richard , catalogue d'exposition, Muse d'art moderne de la ville de Paris, 2 vol., Ed. Futuropolis, Paris, 1985
Website :
No website dedicated to the artist.
Stamp :
No stamp made.

Art movements

All art movements

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All the posters
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