Country Fair, by Herve Avner (1954- ). Pastel on paper.

Herve Avner (France, 20th Century)

Country Fair, by Herve Avner (1954-     ).   Pastel on paper.
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Country Fair, by Herve Avner (1954- ). Pastel on paper.

List Price $4,800

A whirlwind of color and movement contribute to the highly dynamic yet radiant aspect of this composition. Avner adds rhythmic energy to the work by developing a gestural style with rapid, bravura strokes revealing a virtuosic command of pastel. Expressionism influenced his body of work, and his juxtaposition of strong yet harmonious hues create a lyrical pictorial surface.

FRAMED: HEIGHT: 21 in | WIDTH: 23½ in
UNFRAMED: HEIGHT: 10 in | WIDTH: 12½ in

Origin France
Category Works on Paper
Period 20th Century

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CONDITION: Framed in a mulit-colored mat and a silver frame

THB REF: 3472439198


"Avner was born in Tunis, but moved to Paris in order to study art at the renown Julian Academy. He received Honorable Mention at the Salon des Artistes Francais om 1987 and 1989, and the Avner Gallery in Paris organized a one man show for him in 1995 based on his works inspired by Judaism. He was exhibited in Brittany, Switzerland and the United States, and although he uses watercolor, oil and gouache as mediums of expression, he is first and foremost a pastellist. "