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Jacques Majorelle (English Edition)

Jacques Majorelle - Editions Norma - Hardcover - 352 pages - Textes en English - Publié en 2017

Jacques Majorelle (1886-1962) was an emblematic figure of Orientalism. Son of the famous cabinetmaker Louis Majorelle, he trained at the École nationale des beaux-arts appliqués in Nancy and then at the Académie Julian in Paris.

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Artiste-Genre Jacques Majorelle
Auteur(s) Félix Marcilhac, Amélie Marcilhac
Editeur(s) Norma
Format Hardcover
Nb. de pages 352
Langue English
Dimensions 305 x 230
Technique(s) 1400 illustrations
Date parution 2017

From 1908, Majorelle travelled to Spain, Egypt and Italy before settling in Morocco in 1917. There, he developed a singular chromatic language that gave him a place among his contemporaries free of any influence.

In Marrakech, he was fascinated by the light and vibrant colours of the city and its inhabitants. He first settled in Villa Bou Saf Saf, then in the cubist villa designed by the architect Paul Sinoir, which today houses the Berber Museum of the Jardin Majorelle Foundation.

For almost forty years, he tirelessly painted the different atmospheres of the souks, scenes of daily life and the singular beauty of the models who came to pose for him. His many trips to the kasbahs of the Atlas mountains and other Moroccan towns enabled him to capture all the richness of the landscapes, architecture and markets, or the ceremonies he witnessed first-hand.

In the 1940s, the discovery of sub-Saharan Africa led to an aesthetic and chromatic renewal that accompanied all his work right up to his last creations.

This lavishly illustrated book, edited by Félix and Amélie Marcilhac, specialists in the painter's work, looks back over the artist's entire career.

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