(1917 - 1988)
Marcelle Loubchansky was active/lived in France. Marcelle Loubchansky is known for figurative, abstract paintings.
Biography Marcelle Loubchansky
Marcelle Loubchansky was of Franco-Russian origin and began painting in 1944. She studied at the École des Arts Décoratifs and the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris.
Around 1955 her painting moved towards lyrical abstraction - a style promoted by the critic Charles Estienne. Her painting is similar to the style described as 'abstraction-nuagiste' and is often compared with that of Malespine, Messagier and Duvillier. Using areas of colour that run together, where reds often predominate, she creates visions of interplanetary space or fields of distant stars.
Loubchansky exhibited at the Galerie L'Étoile Scellée, along with artists such as Duvillier, Messagier, Degottex and Breto
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