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  • Description
  • Pierre Devos (1917-1972)
Type of artwork Painting
Year 1969
Technique Oil paint
Support Canvas
Style Modern
Subject Landscape
Framed Framed
Dimensions 90 x 60 cm (h x w)
Incl. frame 94 x 64 cm (h x w)
Signed Hand signed
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A beautiful and colorful canvas by the Belgian artist Pierre Devos. The canvas, called “la tablette rouge”, is signed and dated '69 at the bottom.
In very good condition.


Shipping by courier, shipping only within Belgium and the Netherlands. Pick up preferred.

Condition
ConditionVery good
Pierre Devos was a son of Paul Ghislain Marie Joseph Devos (1876-....) and Sarah Ceuterick (1882-1964) and became the son-in-law of Constant Permeke when he married Beatty Permeke.

He received his artistic training from 1934 at the Academy of Tournai and at La Cambre (École Supérieure d'Architecture et des Arts Décoratifs de la Cambre) in Brussels, under the direction of Charles Counhaye. During his military service (1935) he stayed in Bruges and took lessons with Emile Rommelaere.

In 1940 he moved again to Oudenaarde and set up a studio there. In 1944 he met the ceramist Beatty Permeke (1916 - 1991), the daughter of Constant Permeke and whom he married in 1946.

He had a preference for figures, nudes and portraits. At first he was influenced by his father-in-law, but he evolved towards a stylized design and clean lines. His works were described as: sober, serene, poetic, clear and tender.

From 1954 he made ceramics and two years later he gave up sculpture to devote himself entirely to it. From 1960 he devoted himself exclusively to painting.

From 1945 to 1970, he often exhibited individually in Brussels, Bruges, Ghent, Kortrijk, Leuven and Ostend, among others. He also exhibited abroad: Hulst, Amsterdam, Rome, Milan and so on.

In 1945 he designed the sculpture 'The dying man' for the war memorial on the Markt in Houthulst. The statue was cast in 1946 by the Batardy brothers in Brussels.

His works can be found in the Municipal Museum of Contemporary Art (SMAK) in Ghent, the Provincial Museum Constant Permeke in Jabbeke, the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Tournai, the Palais Provincial de Namur, and so on.
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Pierre Devos (1917-1972) 

Belgian Belgian

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