Pierre De Belay
(1890 - 1947)
Pierre De Belay was active/lived in France. Pierre De Belay is known for city genre, landscape, figure, and marine painting.
Pierre de Belay was born in Quimperle, France, December 11, 1890 and
died in Paris in 1947. In 1919, upon his demobilization, Pierre de
Belay took up residence in Paris, and stayed there for the rest of his
life. His quarter was Montparnasse. In 1925, he found a
studio on rue de L'Armorique. Then in 1937, he moved to rue
Proidevaux where his studio overlooked Montparnasse.
and writers had left Montmartre several years before for Montparnasse.
The life of "Montparnassians" during this "wild age" has often been
recounted through the destinies of Chagal, Soutine, Modigliani, Pasein
or Kisling, and through life in numerous studios of the 14th district,
particularly at the Ruche, nightclubs like Bal Ne ... Displaying 750 of 1918 characters.