Michel Ciry (b.1919)
Michel Ciry (b.1919). Oil on canvas measures 10 x 20 inches; 17 x 27 inches in a custom hand carved gilt frame with solid panel linen liner. No damage or restoration. Some painting shrinkage in lower left area. No loss or overpaint. Signed and dated lower left. Provenance: Findlay Gallery, NYC.
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Student at the School of Applied Arts in Paris from 1934 to 1937, Michel Ciry serious its first copper in 1935 and starts at the exhibition “Artists of the Time” at the Petit Palais in 1938.
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Pupil of Nadia Boulanger , he composed until 1958 essentially religious musical works, including a sacred symphony for alto voice and orchestra (1958) Concerto for 15 wind instruments and percussion (1956) Stele for a hero (1949 ), Pieta (1950) Mystery of Jesus (1953), Two ballads (1949-1956) Preludes and String Quartet (1955) and song cycles (1941-1950).
Writer [ edit | edit the code ]
Since 1942, Michel Ciry holds his newspaper whose first volume was published in 1971. The 25 volumes published in the Journal are in the form of notes written on a daily basis. Lack of publisher, date stops in 2001.
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Awards and honors [ edit | edit the code ]
He created with his friends the international price of engraving Michel Ciry-which rewards writers amateur and professional talent.
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