80's Modern Expressionist Painting by Artist Jacques Lamy
80's Expressionist painting by artist Jacques Lamy (1946-2016). Rose-like blotches of red over dark streaks, black and green drips all on horizontal three dimensional lines. Acrylic paint on plaster on canvas. Signed lower right. Titled "The Red and The Black".
Dimensions: 39.75 x 39.75 x 1.5" framed
Jacques Lamy bio:
Jacques Lamy first came to America on business in 1985, and while visiting Dallas, he saw a vibrant, dynamic city and chose to make it his home. In the 30 years since, he has become an institution in the Dallas design community and is known nationally as a respected Dallas artist who offers his clients a unique combination of artistic sensibility and classical European training with the dynamic energy of his adopted home city.
Born in Paris in 1946 and raised in the heart of an idyllic French countryside near the Loire Valley, Jacques Lamy began painting at a very early age. Jacques completed his formal artistic training at the prestigious École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs (Paris) in 1971. While there, he received the highest peer recognition in European Arts; the coveted Prix de Rome award for painting.
Jacques Lamy’s career as an artist, designer and art teacher took him from his native France to life abroad in Spain, Africa, and the United States. His broad artistic interests and his Classic training in art and design have enabled him to enjoy a wide variety of artistic experiences from designing furniture, lamps, tapestries, and elegant garden statuary to creating large scale murals for public viewing and enjoyment.