Jean Yves Commere
(1920 - 1986)
Jean Yves Commere was active/lived in France. Jean Commere is known for portrait, figure, landscape, marine, still life paintings, lithography.
Jean-Yves Commère (1920-1986) was a french painter, watercolourist,
draughtsman and illustrator. In 1936, he entered the école des
beaux-arts d'Angers, and then the Ecole des beaux-arts de Paris 2 years
later, in the workshop of sculptor Jean Boucher.
From 1936, he took part
in numerous collective exhibitions in France and abroad. In 1951, his
first personal exhibition took place in Paris, at the Monique de Groote
gallery. He received the Great Prize Othon Friesz for his painting
"Inondations à Denée" in 1952.
Jean Commère designed stage curtains, decors, and
costumes for "Étoiles" by Béla Bartok at the Opéra de Paris in 1955. He
made the portraits of Yves Montan ... Displaying 750 of 1559 characters.