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 Franck Burty Haviland  (1879 - 1971)

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Lived/Active: New York / France      Known for: avant-garde painting

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The Franco-American artist, Franck Burty Haviland played a major part in the cubist pictorial advent and was indeed present in the extraordinary adventure experienced in Céret throughout the 20th Century.  He instigated the coming of Picasso and Braque to Céret.  He pursued his action through contact with the artists that he encountered - Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Loutreuil, Juan Gris - up until creation of the Céret Museum of Modern Art in 1950, where were displayed their works, donated to the Ceret Museum through his efforts.

Frank Burty Haviland is the son of the famous Limoges porcelain manufacturer family, the Haviland.  Refusing to enter the porcelain trade, he took up residence in Paris and particularly spent time with Déodat de Séverac [French composer].  As of 1905, he stayed in Germany, then in New York.

In summer 1909, he travelled with Manolo [Spanish artist] around the Western Pyrenees.  He took up residence in Céret along with Manolo and Déodat de Séverac in January 1910.  Through his friendship with Manolo Hugué, Picasso joined them in 1911, upon their invitation.  The cubist adventure lasted three years in Céret via the Picasso/Braque tandem.  Frank Burty Haviland was influenced by this movement and painted several masterpieces depicting Céret and Paris. He then departed from the cubist movement in favour of a more classical style, portraying the scenes around him.

The works of Frank Burty Haviland of the turn of the century are today of utmost importance for the study of the cubist movement. The Céret Museum of Modern Art hopes to give this artist the place that he deserves in the history of art.

Ceret Museum of Art

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