PAINTINGS XXth CENTURY : BARCY Inès (XXe)

BARCY Inès (XXe)

"African Mission"
Oil on canvas signed right below
Frame silver wood
Dim canvas : 115 X 88 cm
Dim frame : 145 X 120 cm

BIOGRAPHY

BARCY Inès

Born in Roma. XX century. French.
Painter.
In the French Artist Salon, where her work was exhibited from 1921 to 1939, she was awarded with honourable mention in 1930. She was a member of the French Women Painters and Sculptors Union. She took part of the Tuileries Salon between 1931 and 1935 and her work was exhibited in different exhibitions, more particularly in the Crystal Palace of London where she won a golden medal. She was very famous thanks to her portrayals, and especially for “Madame Chipoff” portrayal. She set out to represent typical personalities such as “The Spanish woman”, “A Vocation “
Bibliography :Dictionnary of painters E.Bénézit Tome I


Student of F. Lembach and Mosson, specialised in Portrayals. Member of the French Artist Salon,. Her work was exhibited in the French Artists Salons, in the Georges Petit Gallery, in the Monte-Carlo Salon, in the Crystal Palace of London where she was awarded with a golden medal, in the French Women Painters and Sculptors Salon where she was awarded with the first prize thanks to a portrait.
Her portrayals are always remarkable because of their life, their combination of harmonious composition, with smooth curves, balance of the lines and an extreme delicacy in the colours. Her reputation is to an artist vibrant and sophisticated.

Bibliography : Edouard-Joseph Dictionnary Tome I