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  • "Composition 1972"

    1972

    Emile Gilioli

    Limited Edition Print
    Lithograph

    Size: 26.57 x 19.78 x 0 in  |  67 x 50 x 0 cm

    Edition: From the edition of 150

     
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    Hand Signed : Lower Right
    Condition: Good - Good condition
    Not Framed
    Purchased from : Gallery 1975
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    Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
    LID : 131603
    Emile Gilioli

    Art Brokerage: Emile Gilioli French Sculptor: b. 1911-1977. Emile Gilioli (b. Paris, 10 June 1911, d. Paris, 19 January 1977), was a French sculptor. Gilioli was one of the representatives of abstract French sculpture in the 1950s. Emile Gilioli was born to a family of Italian shoemakers who had settled beside the Canal Saint-Martin. After the First World War, the family moved back towards Italy, settling in Nice.In 1932, Gilioli took courses at the École des Arts Décoratifs de Nice, notably with the future artist Marie Raymond. During the Second World War, Gilioli was mobilized in Grenoble where he passed the remainder of the conflict. He made the acquaintance of Andry-Fracy, conservationist at the Grenoble Musée des beaux-arts, and led him to discover cubism. After the war, Gilioli settled in Saint-Martin-de-la-Cluze near Grenoble, where he sculpted in his workshop. His art was associated in a certain way with the deeds of the French Resistance. He became friendly with Thomas Gleb. He advised his friend Georges Ladrey, who wished to leave the Alpes pour Paris with the intention of perfecting his skills in an art school, to develop his personal artistic vision, judging that his technique was sufficiently refined. In 1947, Gilioli exhibited in the salon des réalités nouvelles in Paris.In 1949, Gilioli took part in the first Salon de la jeune sculpture in the garden and chapel of the Musée Rodin in Paris. The first salon was attended by 63 sculptors including Gilioli, Emmanuel Auricoste, Étienne Hajdu, Baltasar Lobo and Berto Lardera. From 1954 onwards, Gilioli took part in collective exhibitions with other artists such as Étienne Martin, Alicia Penalba, François Stahly and Simone Boisecq. In 1997 to mark the 20th anniversary of Gilioli's death, the municipalité of Saint-Martin-de-la-Cluze decided to acquire Gilioli's house and workshop, respecting the expressed wish of his wife Babet to create a space dedicated to the artist's memory. In 2004, the workshop/house was turned into a museum/library which hosts a permanent exhibition presenting Gilioli's work. Also in 1997, the Musée Maillol organised an exhibition in his honor from 27 February to 15 May .Listings wanted.