As free as the air and the provencal skies of Eygalières that he preferred to the Parisian highlife, Alfred Latour (1888-1964) is an artist whose copious work remains to be rediscovered. Engraver, poster designer, typographer, textile designer and talented photographer, Alfred Latour knew he was a painter and knew his future. At the moment several exhibitions are devoted to him in Provence.The first, at the Espace Van Gogh in Arles, presents his work and charts his course, from his successes in Paris and internationally, passing through the chaos of the two world wars that he survived, until his peaceful years...
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