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Yolande Fièvre

Yolande Fièvre was a French painter and sculptor born in Paris in 1907 and died in 1982. She studied at the Beaux-Arts of Paris and eventually taught at the Beaux-Arts of Orléans later on. Jean Paulhan, André Breton, Bernard Requichot, Jean Dubuffet and Raymon Queneau were some of her friends.

Very interested in organic materials and textures, her works often offer intriguing textures that expand the potential for the creation of an imaginary, lunar world. Her pieces range from collages and assemblages, to objects or relics put on display. She visited the U.S. and lived in Egypt for a couple of years. Between 1933 and 1967, she worked on drawings and paintings automatiques and made her soies fiction and Epaves.

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Yolande Fièvre
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