'Abstract Composition' by Georges Vince (circa 1960s)
'Abstract Composition', oil on panel, by French artist, Georges Vince (circa 1960s). Chaotic harmony of vibrant colours, shapes, random images, lines and patterns created by scraped paint on wood all which form the whole from an artist considered an Outsider by the established art world. As this gallery framed the work in a tray, it is now a frame within a frame. In fair overall condition, signed by the artist in the lower left hand. Please enjoy the photos accompanying the listing. Upon request a video may be provided.
About the Artist: Georges Vince (1913-1991), French painter and sculptor, abstract and figurative artist, sometimes considered as an outsider creating Art Brut, a label created by French artist Jean Dubuffet to describe art created outside the boundaries of official culture. In 1946 Georges Vince attended the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Nantes. He started his artistic career quite late, in 1958, aged 45, when he moved to Paris. He exhibited in numerous Salons starting from 1959: Salon des Indépendants, Salons de la St Nationale des Beaux-Arts, Salons Terres Latines, Salon d’Asnières, Salons de Taverny, Levallois, Versailles, Monaco, Salon d/Art Sacré, Salon des Artistes Présents, Festival d’Osaka. In 1989 his work was presented in the Parisian Gallery Arches et Toiles in an exhibition entitled: Vince – Regards sur 50 Ans de Peinture (Vince – A Retrospective of 50 years of Painting - (presumably not all his own).
Dimensions with Frame:
H 26.5 cm / 10.4"
W 34.5 cm / 13.6"
Dimensions without Frame:
H 24.5 cm / 9.6"
W 32.5 cm / 12.8"