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Alix Aymé (French, 1894-1989) Portraits de femmes

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Alix Aymé (French, 1894-1989) Portraits de femmes recto: signé Alix Aymé (en bas à gauche) encre, craie et mine de plomb sur papier signed Alix Aymé (lower left) ink, chalk and graphite on paper view: 23 x 23 cm (9 x 9 in) verso: encre, couleur et mine de plomb sur papier ink, colour and graphite on paper view: 21.3 x 21.3 cm (8 3/8 x 8 3/8 in) Footnotes: Provenance Collection of Madame Paule Brodant Prunier auction, Louvier, 1 Avril 1990 Alix Aymé was born in 1894 in Marseille. After her studies at the Music Conservatory in Toulouse, she studied under Maurice Denis, one of the founders of the Nabis group in France. During the early 1920s, Alix Aymé accompanied her diplomat husband to Asia, where she discovered the technique of lacquer art. Later, she was appointed as a teacher at the Albert Sarraut High School in Vietnam, teaching alongside Joseph Inguimberty and under the direction of Victor Tardieu. Together with Inguimberty, they opened a lacquer painting workshop at the École des Beaux-Arts de l'Indochine (EBAI) in Hanoi. This workshop left a lasting and profound influence on the artistic approach embraced by EBAI students, significantly shaping the evolution of Vietnamese lacquer painting as an art form. Alix Aymé's works were crafted in a very personal manner, drawing inspiration from the large and flat golden backgrounds of Japanese lacquer, as well as from the Western styles of Art Deco and Nabis. She employed various techniques such as etching, painting on silk, watercolour, black ink, tempera, lacquer, etc. This lot is subject to the following lot symbols: AR AR Goods subject to Artists Resale Right Additional Premium. For further information on this lot please visit Bonhams.com For further information about this lot please visit the lot listing

Alix Aymé (French, 1894-1989) Portraits de femmes recto: signé Alix Aymé (en bas à gauche) encre, craie et mine de plomb sur papier signed Alix Aymé (lower left) ink, chalk and graphite on paper view: 23 x 23 cm (9 x 9 in) verso: encre, couleur et mine de plomb sur papier ink, colour and graphite on paper view: 21.3 x 21.3 cm (8 3/8 x 8 3/8 in) Footnotes: Provenance Collection of Madame Paule Brodant Prunier auction, Louvier, 1 Avril 1990 Alix Aymé was born in 1894 in Marseille. After her studies at the Music Conservatory in Toulouse, she studied under Maurice Denis, one of the founders of the Nabis group in France. During the early 1920s, Alix Aymé accompanied her diplomat husband to Asia, where she discovered the technique of lacquer art. Later, she was appointed as a teacher at the Albert Sarraut High School in Vietnam, teaching alongside Joseph Inguimberty and under the direction of Victor Tardieu. Together with Inguimberty, they opened a lacquer painting workshop at the École des Beaux-Arts de l'Indochine (EBAI) in Hanoi. This workshop left a lasting and profound influence on the artistic approach embraced by EBAI students, significantly shaping the evolution of Vietnamese lacquer painting as an art form. Alix Aymé's works were crafted in a very personal manner, drawing inspiration from the large and flat golden backgrounds of Japanese lacquer, as well as from the Western styles of Art Deco and Nabis. She employed various techniques such as etching, painting on silk, watercolour, black ink, tempera, lacquer, etc. This lot is subject to the following lot symbols: AR AR Goods subject to Artists Resale Right Additional Premium. For further information on this lot please visit Bonhams.com For further information about this lot please visit the lot listing

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