Under the piercing gaze of Colette, tutelary figure of the Richard-Anacréon Museum of Modern Art in Granville and the auspices of Christian Dior, the child of the country, opens the exhibition devoted to Émile Savitry, painter and photographer of the 1930s to 1950s Paris which takes place there until November 1, 2020. The Grande Chaumière Painting Academy, the Dome cafes, the Rotunda and the Dome, artists’ studios where models posed, boulevard Edgar Quinet and the jazz clubs; it is in the heart of Montparnasse that Emile Savitry began his career as a painter, developed that of photographer, frequented his friends...
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