Works by Jean-Paul Jérôme

Jean-Paul Jérôme

Comètes

Acrylic on canvas
1993
142 x 168 cm (56 x 66 po)

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Jean-Paul Jérôme

Les soleils en Chine

Acrylic on canvas
1993
152,4 x 122 cm (60 x 48 po)
Price available on request

Jean-Paul Jérôme

La lumière passe de deux

Acrylic on canvas
1993
101,5 x 122 cm (40 x 48 po)

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Jean-Paul Jérôme

Route

Acrylic on canvas
1971
106 x 89 cm (42 x 35 po)
Price available on request

Jean-Paul Jérôme

Cadence rouge

Collage and cut paper on canvas
2000
40,5 x 50,5 cm (16 x 20 po)
$ 8000.00 CAD framed

Jean-Paul Jérôme

Rubis (Polyptique)

Acrylic on wood
1974
16 x 27,5 cm (6 x 10,75 po)
$ 8000.00 CAD framed

Jean-Paul Jérôme

Océan

Pastel on paper
1960
49 x 63 cm (19,25 x 24,75 po)
Price available on request

Jean-Paul Jérôme

Sans titre

Pastel on paper mounted on cardboard
1960
48,5 x 64 cm (19 x 25 po)
Price available on request

Jean-Paul Jérôme

Sans titre (no 2)

Pastel on paper
1961
15 x 23 cm (6 x 9 po)
$ 7500.00 CAD framed

Jean-Paul Jérôme

Vallée horizontale 14/9/70 (98945)

Ink and colored inks on paper
1970
41 x 101,3 cm (16 x 40 po)
$ 6800.00 CAD framed

Jean-Paul Jérôme

Sans titre 26/8/70 (98747)

Colored inks on paper
1970
101 x 65,5 cm (40 x 26 po)
$ 8900.00 CAD framed

Jean-Paul Jérôme

Brindilles

Acrylic on canvas
1982
27 x 22 cm (10,75 x 8,75 po)
$ 3500.00 CAD framed

Jean-Paul Jérôme

Sans titre 30/12/69 (98697)

Colored inks on paper
1969
65,5 x 101 cm (26 x 40 po)
$ 8900.00 CAD framed

Jean-Paul Jérôme

Sans titre 8/7/70 (98819)

Colored inks on paper
1970
65,5 x 101 cm (26 x 40 po)
$ 8900.00 CAD framed

Jean-Paul Jérôme

Sans titre 13/8/70 (98822)

Colored inks on paper
1970
65,5 x 101 cm (26 x 40 po)
$ 8900.00 CAD framed

About the artist

Jean-Paul Jérôme

Jean-Paul Jérôme

Born in Montréal on February 19, 1928, Jean-Paul Jérômedied on August 14, 2004. A student at the École des beaux-arts in Montréal from 1945 to 1952, he went on to learn fresco techniques from Stanley Cosgrove. Along with Rodolphe de Repentigny (Jauran), Louis Belzile and Fernand Toupin, he was one of the signers of the 1955 Manifeste des plasticiens. A stay in Paris between 1956 and 1958 enabled him to meet the artists Giacometti, Vasarely, Hans Hartung and Martin Barré. Upon his return to Québec, he taught at the École des beaux-arts in Montréal, and then in Sorel, until 1973. Works byJean-Paul Jérôme have been shown in over one hundred solo and group exhibitions in galleries and museums located throughout Canada, and are included in many of the country’s public and private collections. Moreover, a number of publications have examined the entire range of his work, as well as the various stages of his artistic development.

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