07.06.2013 — 20.07.2013

Œuvres sur papier

Nicolas de Staël

St Germain Space

The gallery is pleased to present an homage to Françoise de Staël who recently passed away. The exhibition features an important selection of works on paper by Nicolas de Staël on the occasion of the publication of the Catalogue Raisonné of his works on paper, published by Ides et Calendes.

This show follows on from the initial presentation of “23 drawings of Nicolas de Staël” in 1959 at the gallery, followed by a second exhibition in 1979: “123 drawings by Nicolas de Staël”. These two important events celebrated Jeanne Bucher’s talent of discoverer – who was the first to promote the young Staël. They also show the involvement of Jean-François Jaeger who relentlessly promoted the work of Nicolas de Staël and gave support to the young widow of the artist, Françoise de Staël. This new exhibition includes around sixty works and offers an insight into an aspect of Staël’s œuvre that remained confidential until now.

practical informations

St Germain Space

53 rue de Seine
75 006 Paris – France
T +33 1 42 72 60 42
F +33 1 42 72 60 49
info@jeannebucherjaeger.com

opening hours

Tuesday to Saturday
from 10 am to 6 pm

Nicolas de Staël, Nu couché, 1952-1953
Brush and India ink on paper
16,1 × 20,8 in
Photograph by Georges Poncet
Nicolas de Staël, Composition, 1949-1950
Pen and brush, India ink and gouache on paper
9,5 × 12,6 in
Photograph by Jean-Louis Losi
Nicolas de Staël, Barques aux Martigues,1953-1954
Felt pen on paper
13 × 15,9 in
Photograph by Jean-Louis Losi
Nicolas de Staël, Italie, 1953
Felt-tip pen on paper
15,6 × 10,2 in
Photograph by Jean-Louis Losi
Nicolas de Staël, Composition, 1944
Gummed out charcoal on paper
12,2 × 9 in
Photograph by Jean-Louis Losi
Nicolas de Staël, Étude de Nu, 1952-1953
Brush and India ink on paper
16,3 × 21,1 in
Nicolas de Staël, Le Toreador, 1954
Collage with torn papers on paper
13 × 9,5 in
Photograph by Jean-Louis Losi
Nicolas de Staël, Table à palette, 1954
Charcoal on paper
57,1 × 40,9 in
Photograph by Jean-Louis Losi
Nicolas de Staël, Composition, 1948
Brush and India ink on paper
42,5 × 29,1 in
Nicolas de Staël, Bateaux à Martigues, 1953-1954
Stylo-feutre sur papier
32 × 26 cm