Technique: ceramics, porcelain from Limoges
Size: 25 cm (height)
Date: not available
Signature: on the base
ID: 857


Combas Robert (1957)

French painter and sculptor, he is recognized as being an originator of the Figuration Libre movement. He used to represent the human being, penit in a colorful way, sometimes even violent.
Bernard Ceysson, director of the Museum Ste-Etienne, recognized elements of Transavantgard and Nouveaux Fauves, re-worked in a brand new way for the French artistic panorama.


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