Original lithograph signed lower right numbered on 50 ex format 65 x 50 cm. Printed on vellum arches perfect condition. Robert-Louis Nicoïdski, born in lime-of-funds.December 5, 1931 and died in Paris. October 23, 1996, is a painter. Robert nicoïdski, a child of solitary temperament whose artistic vocation appears very early, begins to paint at the age of sixteen. He is a pupil of lucien schwob.
At the lime-bottoms from 1950 to 1952, then enters the School of Fine Arts in Geneva. Showing himself independent and rebellious (recognized as a very good draftsman but already creating his own painting instead of the inevitable copy of the classics of art), the conflictual relationship with his master of painting made him exclude him in 1955 Arriving in Paris in 1956 he will live at 11 boulevard de Clichy. Robert nicoïdski attends the National School of Fine Arts.
From 1957 to 1960, working successively in the engraving workshops of Edouard Goerg. Which he can only notice. "The painful caricature in his nudes and the uncompromising treatment of the theme of voluptuousness". Master consensual in that "He mixes sympathy for archaism and curiosity for contemporary expressions". Bersier will also say a master-student relationship that was good, even complicit, evoking nicoïdski in his little history of original lithography in France.The gallerist René Bréheret discovers then and is the first to expose robert nicoïdski in Paris. Who discovers it in turn and exhibits it, first in 1962, then regularly, in his gallery the contemporaries. Despite his immediate success on the American market, the artist, refusing any lure of financial ease thus offered, wants to remain rigorously careful not to. Repetition and compels himself to do this, with his wife clarisse and their son, a discipline of life recluse all devoted to pictorial research for him, to the writing for her, to a solitude so that will remain consented until 1975. This is the period when he slides from lyrical abstraction. Towards the composition of the nudes, where. "He deforms and tortures the body to make a landscape, a monster, a martyr, where he makes the portraits of people who are murdered and those who live near them". Announcing his series of abortions, mother and child, decorations, 33 crucifixions. The most fulgurating meeting of robert nicoïdski remains in 1975 that of lyonnais roger kowalski. Of which he immediately becomes the friend, this one welcoming him for the hanging on the walls of his gallery k.
In lyon, the series of paintings abortions. Roger Kowalski, who is only 41 years old, will die a few weeks after this exhibition and robert nicoîdski will paint several important portraits, tributes to the poet-gallerist, entitled portrait of k. If the relations between robert nicoïdski and sulfurous fernand legros. Not historically reconstructed, they are attested by a succession of scenes and portraits painted by nicoïdski, one of these paintings illustrating the cover of the book of Fernand Legros (false stories of a fake art dealer, Albin Michel, 1979) . The nichido prize awarded to robert nicoïdski in 1976 features a traveling personal exhibition in major Japanese cities, and thus, for our artist, a trip to Japan where a major fascination is revealed for the sumo show.
He discovers a notion of aesthetics that reinforces his own, where what constitutes by Western standards. Transfigured, in his eyes, in representation of the.
"Canvases, where we painfully see these naked warriors destined from an early age to an early death, carry within them the disturbing mixture of sweetness and violence suggested by the powerful fragility of forms." Leaving this world - too early too - December 23, 1996, two months day day after the death of robert, the ultimate text writer clarisse nicoïdski was the biography of her husband she handed to the museum of beautiful - charters for the retrospective tribute robert nicoïdski which opened in January 1997 and which it was promised that she attended.He questioned all aspects of the line without giving an artificial limit between what is abstract. Curious in the extreme of all the resources that can offer a plastic artist the materials, he will be one of the first to use acrylic paint in his association with other types of painting. He is also one of the first to use plastic resins to make stained glass. And to collaborate on various architectural works ". Museum of Fine Arts of the lime-of-funds. Prints of robert nicoïdski, the hune. The contemporary gallery, Madison Avenue.
Museum of the Athenaeum, Geneva, 1969. 25, Quai de Bondy, Lyon.
Robert Nicoïdski, retrospective-tribute, museum of fine arts of chartres. Ader Nordmann, atelier robert nicoïdski, hotel drouot, paris, october 2015.Galerie rené bréheret, 9, quai malaquais. Museum of Modern Art of the city of Paris, 1961, 1965. Traveling exhibition of engravings, são paulo. Furniture tables, national center of art and culture georges-pompidou. From bonnard to baselitz, ten years of enrichments of the cabinet of prints, national library of France, 1992.
"a wild eroticism emanates from nicoïdski's nudes. Attitudes, distortions, certainly translate it. We may find it still haunting in the long, heavy hair which veil the traits or the limbs, whose weight makes the backs of the bones, in the Negritude. Also whose skin has the patina of bronze. Nothing is further from obscenity than this eroticism.
There remains engraved and tense in its most direct manifestations. "This painting calls into question what we possess most sure and at the same time more fragile: our physical domain. Nicoïdski's painting is the most serious and the most direct that can be found. But there is reason to wonder about his infinite mental extensions ... "with obstinacy, nicoïdski probes the secrets of the body, from the mystery of his birth to the alchemy of his evolutions, from the dazzlement of his creation the fighting he will never stop.The explosions of life and the senses of the first series of drawings meet the great feminine nudes with bodies torn by violent distortions. The effervescence of the route here gives way to violence in the treatment of these tortured bodies, arched, locked in architectures that seem to spare no way out. Inexorably alone in his body, the being is forever assailed by the changes that lead him to his future. "It looks like the creator composing the equation that would allow the living.
We are at the heart of the cytoplasm that will give birth to bodies. Nicoïdski gives us the signs and forms of his DNA that will give birth to his models."He painted a series of abortions depicting monstrous and bloody fetuses. Feminine are hypertrophied, which denotes its power of deformation and recomposition, and its taste for the bloody, giving his compositions a strangeness almost anguished. "Nicoïdski is a madman of painting, his works proclaim a passionate love for an art that is as essential to him as breathing ...
Of the generation of rancillacs. Close to the artists of the new figuration. His gargantuan nature, his dostoevskian hey command a sure hand that makes him an admirable portraitist ... But the artist, who died at age 65, could not bear to be ahead of his time, misunderstood, judged too much violent and yet deeply rooted in his time. Museum of Modern Art in the city of Paris.
From the national library of France. Organs, 1968, steel-stainless steel sculpture-fountain, installed 1, avenue d'aire, geneva, property of the municipal contemporary art fund of geneva. Wall frescos and stained glass windows, 1965, central hall of the school of the charms, geneva, property of the municipal contemporary art fund of geneva. Gilbert delaine, founder of dunkirk museum of contemporary art.
Harrison Eiteljorg, founder of the eiteljorg museum of american indians and western art. Alain grove, nicoïdski - a colossus painting, editions jade gallery, colmar, 1977. Library of the city of lime-funds, biography of lucien schwob.
Source = lucien schwob handwritten funds. Françoise woimant, Marie-Cecile Miessner and Anne Mglin-Delcroix, from bonnard to baselitz, prints and artists' books, b. Gründ, 1999, volume 6, pages 242 and 243.Jean-eugène bersier, beneit, volume 2, page 203. Jean-eugène bersier, little history of original lithography in France, estienne editions, 1970. Peniston, karl lunde, college art association. Clarisse nicoïdski, andré parinaud and maïthé valès-bled, the last abstract of nicoïdski, editions of the musée des beaux-arts de chartres, 1997.
Christophe dauphin and françois montmaneix, roger kowalski, men without shoulders. Ader Nordmann, catalog of the robert nicoïdski workshop, 2015. See the portraits of k.See the portraits of fernand legros, n ° 34, 40, 41, 42, 48, 50, 52, 53 and 106. Geneva Municipal Fund for Contemporary Art, intervention by robert nicoïdski, school of the hornbeam.
City of Geneva Contemporary Art Fund, robert nicoïdski's organs. Morgane Hérault, robert nicoïdski, press release, ader nordmann, september 2015. David Nordmann, preface, catalog of the sale of the workshop robert nicoïdski, ader nordmann, paris, october 2015. Olivier tartart, gilbert delaine, father of the museum of contemporary art of dunkerque, the voice of the north, July 31, 2013.Nicoïdski - a colossus of painting, jade gallery editions, colmar, 1977. André roussard, dictionary of artists in montmartre, éditions andré roussard, 1995. Clarisse nicoïdski, André parinaud, maïthé vallès-bled, the last abstract of nicoïdski, editions of the museum Fine Arts of Chartres, 1997. Dictionary of painters, sculptors, draughtsmen and engravers, gründ, 1999. Dictionary of Modern and Contemporary Visual Arts, gründ, 2001 read online. Ader Nordmann, Paris, catalog of the sale of the workshop robert nicoïdski, hotel drouot. The item "robert-louis nicoïdski original lithograph signed polish swiss abstraction" is on sale since Tuesday, October 13, 2015.
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