Jean Paul Riopelle, Previously Sold Artwork

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Sans Titre
Jean Paul Riopelle
Oil on Canvas (7.75x10.75 in) 1978
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Iroquois
Jean Paul Riopelle
oil on canvas (21x24 in) 1977
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Le Coq 2/8
Jean Paul Riopelle
bronze (18x13x14.5 in) 1969
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Hibou-Roc 2/8
Jean Paul Riopelle
bronze (21.5x17x9 in) 1969
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Sans Titre, 1969
Jean Paul Riopelle
Oil on panel (10.5x6.75 in) 1969
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Glauque
Jean Paul Riopelle
etching (7.5x11.5 in) 1967
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Falaises
Jean Paul Riopelle
oil on canvas (21.25x32 in) 1966
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Am Enclos
Jean Paul Riopelle
oil on canvas (13.75x10.5 in) 1966
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Nouveaux 44
Jean Paul Riopelle
oil (8.5x6 1/6 in) 1964
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Untitled Abstract Composition
Jean Paul Riopelle
oil (21.75x15 in) 1964
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Untitled Abstract in White and Gray
Jean Paul Riopelle
oil (18x21.75 in) 1959
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Sans Titre (1958.087H)
Jean Paul Riopelle
oil on canvas (28.5x36 in) 1958
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Untitled
Jean Paul Riopelle
oil on canvas (7x5.5 in) 1957
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Epiphanie
Jean Paul Riopelle
oil on canvas (29x39 in) 1956
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Composition
Jean Paul Riopelle
oil on canvas (23.5x28.75 in) 1955
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Foret
Jean Paul Riopelle
oil on canvas (38x57.25 in) 1954
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Composition Blue
Jean Paul Riopelle
oil on canvas (38x52 in) 1954
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Abstract Composition
Jean Paul Riopelle
oil on canvas (32x39.25 in) 1954
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Sans Titre
Jean Paul Riopelle
oil on canvas (7.5x9.5 in) 1950
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Untitled - Abstract in Red
Jean Paul Riopelle
oil (28x30 in) 1947
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Jean Paul Riopelle

(1923 - 2002) RCA, SCA

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Born in Montreal in 1923, abstract expressionist painter and sculptor Jean-Paul Riopelle is widely regarded as the founding father of Canadian contemporary art. Internationally acclaimed during his lifetime, his works are housed in museums and galleries around the world including the National Gallery in Ottawa, the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. Riopelle spent most of his career in France where he befriended some of the 20th century's most influential artists. These included writer Samuel Beckett, surrealist Andre Breton, and sculptor Alberto Giacometti. Rioplelle returned to Quebec in the 1970s. He created his last major work, L'Hommage a Rosa Luxemburg (Tribute to Rosa Luxemburg) after the death of his long-term companion, American painter Joan Mitchell, in 1992. The narrative fresco of 30 paintings was more than 130 feet long and was made using aerosol spray paint. Former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien called Riopelle one of Canada's greatest painters. He died at the age of 78 in 2002.

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