Buy watercolors, drawings and lithographs by Yves Brayer
Born in 1907 in Versailles, Yves Brayer is a french painter, engraver, illustrator and theater decorator.
He is one of the masters of the École de Paris.
Brayer was trained at the Montparnasse and Grande Chaumière academies, then at the Fine-arts school of Paris where he was professor in 1926. Using a great variety of techniques, he produced many landscapes and great compositions, figures and still life. He was named member of the Academy of fine-arts in 1957, at Charles Fouqueray's chair. His solo exhibitions made his fame in France ( The BNF, the Marmottan museum and the musée des Années Trente (1930's museum) paid him tribute), in Europe and in the US.
The painter died in 1990 in Paris.