Jean Paul Jerome
(1928 - 2006)
Jean Paul Jerome was active/lived in Quebec / Canada. Jean Jerome is known for modernist painting.
Jean-Paul Jérôme co-signed, alongside Jauran, Louis Belzile, and Fernand Toupin, the Manifeste des Plasticiens
in February 1955. The next year, he travelled to Paris, where he stayed until 1958. Back in Canada, Jérôme lived in Montreal and continued to paint until his death in 2004.
Jérôme’s aesthetic influences came from early- 20th-century art currents such as Cubism, Futurism, Geometrical Abstraction, and the Russian avant-garde. However, his
Parisian stay also had a major impact on his career. During that time, he met several artists from Galerie Denise René, then considered the leading gallery of the European avant-garde. Among them, Richard Mortensen and Auguste Herbin had an important influence on Jérôme throughout his career ... Displaying 750 of 794 characters.