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Katia Granoff; Philippa Crutchley; Arnoldo Palacios

Published by Fondation Palacios, Beuzeville, France (1988)

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Item Description: Fondation Palacios, Beuzeville, France, 1988. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. Paperback - very clean, very clean cover, no marks - from private collection, includes b&w phot of Katia Granoff in envelope - Il a ete tire de cet ouvrage 50 exemplaires numerotes de 1 a 50 constituant l'edition originale ( this copy is not numbered ) - Katia Granoff (born July 16, 1895 in Mykolaiv, Ukraine, and died April 16, 1989 in Paris) is a gallery owner, founder of the gallery including Larock-Granoff, and a Russian-born French poet. Katia Granoff was born in Nicolaev in the home of Theodore Feldman Granoff and Eudoxia. When his parents die, Katia was just sixteen. Guardians to send her and her sister Rose, to continue their studies in Switzerland, where Katia spent a Bachelor of Arts. She then opened her first gallery in 1926 in Paris at 166 Boulevard Haussmann. Discoverer of talent, Katia Granoff explains Georges Bouche, Marc Chagall, etc. The gallery became famous and moved Quai de Conti. Its owner was naturalized French in 1937. The occupation of Paris by the Germans force to flee the capital. She takes refuge with his sister, his nephew and the painter Georges Bouche in a medieval castle, the Voulte-sur-Rhone, Ardeche. After the war, she opened two galleries in the country, Honfleur and Cannes, and a new gallery in Paris, place Beauvau. It is one of the first to rediscover and expose the Monet painting, Water Lilies, in 1955, deemed unmarketable. Katia Granoff often chooses to expose women artists, including the sculptor Chana Orloff, a Russian like her. It also sets the new generation of painters, as the creator of the "subconscious", Pierre-André De Wisches, or Dufrenoy Georges, Pierre Brune, Georges Gimel, Edith Desternes or Charles André Wolf (1907-1999), painter and poet who dedicated a poem in January 1981. She retired in 1987 and artistic affairs, leaving his nephew, Peter Larock and his children take over the gallery. Bookseller Inventory # 19110.211111os

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