|Biography from Cotai Fine Art:|
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He was a painter and decoration painter, born August 2nd, 1916 in Metz
(Ec. Fr.). Worked at "L’école des Beaux-Arts" in Paris and in free
Academies, particularly André Lhote’s, which had a determinent
influence on him.
Hilaire obtained many prizes and
rewards: State travel exhibition, 1947. Venice prize, 1949, Astral
prize, 1950; Casa Velasquez prize, 1950; Society Art Amateur prize,
He participated in numerous exhibition groups, as
autumn art, the Independents, May, the Tuileries, of painters witness
of their time, etc. Special exhibitions: Paris, 1951, 1957, 1961,
1965; New York, 1954, 1956; Geneva, 1958; etc.
numerous mural decorations, tapestries, stained glasses, mosaics for
Embassies, liners, public buildings, especially in Nancy, France.
After teaching at ‘l’école Nationale des Beaux-Arts’ in Nancy, he
taught at ‘L’école des Beaux-Arts’ in Paris. In his very abundant
work, with declared decorative intentions, supported by a neo-cubism
construction and a wide colored series and acid sonority, we especially
quote orchestra themes, horse racing, and greenhouses.
1941 - 1943 ENSBA Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts - Paris, France
1942 - Académie André Lhote - Paris, France
Galerie Michel Estades - Toulon, France
Galerie Michel Estades - Lyon, France
Galerie Michel Estades - Saint-Ouen, France
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