She studied at the henriette bosché workshop in 1931. She then entered the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels in 1931. She studied painting with anto map from 1935 to 1937. Winner of the annual painting competition of the Brussels Academy of Fine Arts in 1937. She studied with isidore opsomer at the Antwerp Institute of Painting.A scholar at the \"price of Rome\", she stayed in Rome in 1941. She exhibited at the unicorn gallery in Brussels in 1942. Personal exhibition at the Brussels Palace of Fine Arts in 1948. She exhibited at the breughel gallery in Brussels in 1952 and 1955.
She has made numerous trips to Europe, Africa, New York, Washington and South America. Maud gerard was a long lived British born artist who was heavily influenced by the french impressionists, so much so that she went to live and study in belgium where she was then to spend the vast majority of her life.
From the studio of the artist, these are beautifully handled and highly collectable. In 1931 gerard was to enrole in the royal academy of fine arts of Brussels where she was to study under henritte bosche (later being invited to work at that painters studio).
A trip during 1936 to paris bought her into contact with paintings by monet, the water lillies series being a particular favorite. Often very delictaely coloured, her work is a fascinating combination of impressionism, post-impressionism and on occasion cubism. After a short spell under the instruction on anto carte (1935-37), her breakthrough came in 1937 when she won the annual painting competition of the academy of fine arts in brussels.Later, by invitation, gerard was to study with isidore opsomer at the institute of antwerp. Her legacy was cemented as early as 1948, when she was invited to hold a solo exhibition of her work at the fine arts of Brussels to much acclaim. The figurative lalternative or the young painting. After the Second World War, the 1950s in France were characterized by the expression of existential interrogations, reflections of thengoisse and uncertainties of a humanity that discovered the extent of Nazi horror, then the disillusionment of the Cold War. This period reveals a new generation of painters matured early by the sufferings and deprivations of the dark years. They propose a vision of the world where man, not the idea, occupies a central place. Half a century has passed. The time has come to pay tribute to these artists, to these collectors, public and private, who have had to defend a figurative alternative in the face of conquering labstraction. Françoise adnet, paul aïzpiri, jean-pierre alaux, bardone guy, richard bellias, andré brasilier, bernard buffet, jacques busse, jean-marie calmettes, jeans chevolleau, paul collomb, jeans gossip, jeans cortot, daniel dalmbert, michel de gallard, rené genis, raymond warrior, vincent guignebert, paul guiramand, camille hilaire, jean jansem, jacques lagrange, bernard lorjou, jean marzelle, andré minaux, marcel mouly, michel patrix, pierre-henry , jean pollet, raoul pradier, daniel ravel, paul rebeyrolle, claude schur, michel thompson, maurice The item \"maud gerard (1915-2013) oil on wood 19x24cm 1948 Belgian school Impressionism\" has been on sale since Friday, February 7, 2014. It is in the category \"art, antiques-art of the xxe, contemporary-paintings\". The seller is \"www.Galerie-d.Art\" and is located in bets. This item can be shipped to the following countries: America, Europe, Asia, Australia.