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André HAMBOURG "La Fete Des Marins" Lithographie

André HAMBOURG "La Fete Des Marins" Lithographie
Dimensions : 30x49 Bon à tirer (couleurs) sur Hollande. Extrait des Lumières d Honfleur. Signée en bas à droite, format papier 38x56. Léger pli vertical central.

André Hambourg : Born in 1909 in Paris, André Hambourg was a french figurative painter, painter of The Navy and french resistant. Lithographer, draughtsman, decorator, he traveled a lot and brought many drawings back from his trips to illustrate litterary works, about Normandy, Provence, North Africa (Abd-el-Tif Prize). In 1933 he obtained The prize of the french Western Africa. Mobilised and demobilised in august of 1940, he stayed in Casablanca, then in Oran in 1942. He collaborated to articles and drawings for many newspaper ("Bulletin des Armées de la République", "La Dépêche de Paris"...). Nammed war reporter in 1945, he joined the frist Army in Alsace. He was on mission in august of 1945 to paint The Eagle's Nest of Berchtesgaden, for the american army). He received The medal of official painter of the Navy in 1952. The painter shared the end of his life between the norman coast and Saint-Rémy-de-Provence where he settled his workshop in 1972. He died in 1999. Since 1928, Hambourg realized many exhibitions worldwide (Paris, Bordeaux, Casablanca, Prague, The Hague, Oran, Alger, Bourges, Palm Beach, New York...).


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