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Born in the Northern area of Saint Quentin, Aisne, France. He studied
at the Paris National Art Academy in 1945. He studied with Brasilier,
Cathelin, Genis, Ba Dong under the French elder painting Brianchon.
Guiramand received an award in Rome in 1952 and was noticed at a Paris
School Exhibition in 1956. In 1957, he received a Marlborough Award at
the Manhattan Biennial Exhibition. He began holding exhibitions in 1962
at Geneva, Chicago, Paris, Japan and several other locations in the
world. Guiramand’s style is reserved yet bold filled with lively lines
resembling thoughts intertwining on canvas with intricate organizations.
He excels in vibrant colors on simple backgrounds presenting a
powerful emotion. With precise balance on the structure of painting
along with a surreal space allowing the audience to create unlimited
imaginations; he has been praised as one of the representatives of
contemporary figurative color figures and his art pieces are collected
by several famous museums.
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