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Biebuyck, J. And A. Massonet"
Aux amateurs de grands vins de Champagne en Belgique. [And] An original drawing by Massonet."
Bruxelles, J. E. Goossens, 1933. Folio (35.6 x 27.1 cm). [26] pp.; ten full colour plates. Original embossed soft boards. A sparkling, ephemeral work, published in only 350 copies, and nicely illustrated by the Belgian artist Armand Massonet (1892-1979). The single embossment has the shape of a champagne cork. A single, original watercolour drawing by Massonet, in the same style and size, has been added with a pencilled dedication, signed by the artist. He studied at the Academie Royale des Beaux-Arts of Brussels and the Ecole National des Beaux-Arts in Paris (in the studio of Fernand Cormon), where he followed the steps of Van Gogh and Toulouse-Lautrec. During World War I, Massonet served as a stretcher-bearer for the Belgian Army while working for the art section of the Army, capturing scenes of war and devastation throughout Belgium. He published an art and literary paper called Le Claque a Fond while on the front line. After the war, he taught drawing in different schools and academies of Brussels while publishing books and articles on art and sketch techniques. He worked with different artists and writers of the time, such as Victor Horta, Rene Lyr and Victor Boin. After World War Ii he moved to Paris, where he painted regularly and continued to publish books on art and painting. There he became acquainted with painters such as Vlaminck. Massonet's work demonstrates a particular skill for sketching and capturing movement and light. As a painter, he produced numerous portraits and views of cities (Brussels, Paris, Venice) as well as interior scenes. His paintings also d … [Click Below for Full Description]
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