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Painting by Pierre Bernotte representing the Cathedral and the Saint Etienne Bridge in Limoges. A work measuring 3 by 2 meters produced in the 1990s
Everyone has their lucky star in 2024, a work by Pierre Bernotte has been restored thanks to your donations.
Polaris, the North Star, Stella Maris, it's up to you to find it.
Pierre Bernotte is a French painter born on February 19, 1929 in Lubersac and died in Limoges on July 13, 1996.
A committed and unclassifiable man, he seduces the painter photographer Raoul Hausmann, figurehead of Dadaism, who took refuge in Limoges during the Second World War. They make a short film together "The man who is afraid of bombs".
A dynamic work which is not limited to a style. Theatrical communication, different languages, different vectors, adaptations, movements, translations, constant questioning.
We are faced with an artistic "polyphony". The artist creates, improvises, experiments with an unquenchable thirst.
He joined the artists referenced Maecene Arts at the request of his daughter Véronique in 2014.