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Association autour du peintre Antoine Martinez

Antoine Martinez

Events and Museums

Exhibitions

Antoine MARTINEZ
Nude woman with closed eyes
circa 1928
Oil on canvas - 99 x 65 cm
Collection Musée des Années 30
Antoine MARTINEZ
Nude woman with closed eyes
circa 1928
Oil on canvas - 99 x 65 cm
Collection Musée des Années 30

The "Museum of the 30s" exposes "Nude Woman with eyes closed"

among its "Masterpieces of art of the nude"

10 November 2010 to February 20, 2011
counterpoint to the exhibition Marcel GROMAIRE

Musée des Années 30
28, av. André Morizet
92100 BOULOGNE BILLANCOURT


Conference to the Museum of the Ile-de-France

The footbridge of the subway in Sceaux
By 1957 - Oil on panel - 65 x 81 cm
The footbridge of the subway in Sceaux
By 1957 - Oil on panel - 65 x 81 cm

The painters Antoine Martinez and Alice Martinez-Richter and their studios to Montreuil, Draveil and Sceaux

in the cycle of conferences " Treasuries of Ile-de-France"
on December 2009, 13th
Musée de l’Ile-de-France

Château de Sceaux - 92330 Sceaux

 

Discover Alice Martinez-Richter's work :

www.martinez-richter.com


Museums

The house of the Curie in Sceaux II
By 1958 Oil on canvas - 65 x 81 cm
Collection Museum of The Ile-de-France
The house of the Curie in Sceaux II
By 1958 Oil on canvas - 65 x 81 cm
Collection Museum of The Ile-de-France
Yamina preparing the couscous
By 1942 - Oil on panel - 65 x 54 cmCollection Museum of art and history of Narbonne
Fishermen to Collioure
By 1963 - Oil on panel - 54 x 65 cm
Collection museum of modern art of Collioure
L'église de Prats-de-Mollo au ciel bleu
Vers 1951 - Huile sur panneau - 54 x 65 cm
Collection Musée d'art moderne de Céret
Nude with closed eyes
circa 1928 - Oil on canvas - 100 x 65 cm
Collection Museum of the 30s - Boulogne-Billancourt, France

Antoine Martinez's works in public collections :

- Museum of the 30s in Boulogne-Billancourt, France
- Museum of modern art of Céret, France
- Museum of modern art of Collioure, France
- Cirta museum of Constantine, Algeria
- Museum of France and Algeria, of Montpellier, France
- Museum of art and history of Narbonne, France
- Zabana museum of Oran, Algeria
- Museum of the Ile-de-France of Sceaux (Paris), France
- Deputacion Provinciale de Segovia, Spain
- Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris


Publication

Reproduction of Antoine Martinez's work in the catalog of the Museum of art and history of Narbonne - June, 2009, p. 127.

"Les peintures du musée d'art et d'histoire de Narbonne" par Jean LEPAGE, Conservateur en chef du Patrimoine, Directeur des musées de Narbonne - édition juin 2009 :
p. 127 : reproduction of Antoine Martinez's work :"Yamina preparing the couscous"

Rediscovery exhibition Paris, 2008

The girl with watering can
1964 - Oil on panel - 65 x 54 cm
The girl with watering can
1964 - Oil on panel - 65 x 54 cm
Petit port Breton à marée basse
Vers 1960 - Huile sur panneau - 24 x 33 cm
La petite mauresque à la robe verte
Vers 1952 - Huile sur panneau - 46 x 38 cm
Eglise de San Antonio de Calonge
Vers 1956 - Huile sur panneau - 27 x 35 cm
Les concombres
Vers 1947 - Huile sur panneau - 65 x 54 cm

Rediscovery exhibition Paris, 2008 :

Big success for this exhibition in the Gallery Thierry MERCIER in Paris from May till July, 2008. Faithful to his " discoverer's " reputation, Thierry MERCIER presented 46 Antoine MARTINEZ's works, with which some had never been showed because this solitary artist had voluntarily isolated himself of the world.



Representative of his meaning painting and its various, these figures, landscapes and still-lifes showed the feelings of the man and the searches of the painter. Antoine Martinez expressed himself completely and exclusively by his painting. He could spend whole days to be reflected about his creations in gestation, composing by the thought, colors, light, contrasts and reliefs. But in front of the easel, he was extremely fast and spontaneous. Handling the dough with dexterity, he seized moments of life and fragments of the world.


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