Medium: Charcoal on coloured paper.
Jean Mayerat was born in 1929 in Yverdon, a place still singing in his childhood memory.
After the war, he enrolled in the French Post and discovered a left-wing sensibility, which caused some turmoil regarding his position in the PTT (French post and telephone company).
In 1953, he changed profession and trained as a draughtsman-architect.
In 1960, in the middle of the Algerian war, he was arrested for transporting prohibited newspapers.
The association ‘Plans-Fixes’ was create in 1977 with a small team of friends, Michel Bory, Nag Ansorge.
Now a photographer, he made many portraits and landscapes.
- Château de Rolle, at the Geneva Botanical Garden.
- Maison Visinand in Montreux, at the Agnès Martel Gallery in Pampigny.
- Jean Mayerat
- Título de la obra
- Courbes féminines
- Firmado a mano
- Dimensiones de la imagen
- 47×34 cm
- Vendido con marco