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Horses by Bernard Charoy

Bernard Charoy Biography

Nant-Le-Grand, France, 1931

Established French ILLUSTRATOR whose FIGURATIVE works often feature landscapes.

Charoy trained in painting, drawing and lithography with illustrators and graphic artists in Montmartre, Paris.

Between 1960 and 1974 he worked as an illustrator for both French and international magazines. Political portraits of De Gaulle, Churchill and Mao featured among his work. Charoy also provided the illustrations for the French translation of Gulag Archipelago by Solzhenitsen.

The artist's work has featured the following exhibitions:

2000 - Opera Gallery, New York.

1997 - Opera Gallery, Singapore.

1996 - Printemps Ginza, Tokyo, Japan.

1990 - Esquire Gallery, Los Angeles.

1989 - Elegance Taipei Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan.

1987 - Jean Art Gallery, Seul, Korea. - Art Expo, New York.

1983 - Schumacher Gallery Dusseldorf, Germany.

1982 - Mitsukoshi Gallery Ginza, Tokyo, Japan.

1981 - Art Show San Francisco.

1980 - Osper Gallery, Cologne, Germany.

1979 - Art Show Coliseum, New York. - Bernardie Gallery, Aixla Chapelle (Aachen), Germany.

1977 - Gallery Q, Athens, Greece. - Internationaler Kunstmarkt, Cologne, Germany.

1976 - International Exhibition at Art Fair, Basel, Switzerland. - Orangerie Jacqueline Mousson, France.

1975 - Dandoy Gallery, Knokke le Zout, Belgium. - La Colombe gallery, Vallauris, France.

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