Académie de la Grande Chaumière

The Académie de la Grande Chaumière is an art school in the Montparnasse district of Paris, France.

Académie de la
Grande Chaumière
Plaque Académie de la Grande Chaumière, Paris 6.jpg
Plaque of the Académie de la Grande Chaumière
Information
School typeArt School
Founded1904
Director(1909) Martha Stettler, Alice Dannenberg and Lucien Simon
Websitewww.grande-chaumiere.fr

HistoryEdit

The school was founded in 1904 by the Catalan painter Claudio Castelucho, in rue de la Grande Chaumière in Paris, near to the Académie Colarossi.[1][2] From 1909 the Académie was jointly directed by the painters Martha Stettler, Alice Dannenberg and Lucien Simon.[3] It was dedicated to both painting and sculpture. It did not teach the strict academic rules of painting of the École des Beaux-Arts, and led to art that was free from academic constraints.[4] An attraction was the low level of fees, even lower than those of the Académie Julian (which had to be paid in advance). It was said that all that was provided was a model and warmth in the winter.[5]

In 1957, the Académie de la Grande Chaumière was acquired by the Charpentier family, founders of the Charpentier Academy. It still operates under its original name, and provides two free workshops, one for painting and drawing, the other for sketches, as well as evening classes.

TeachersEdit

Artists by country
  Belarus Ossip Zadkine
  France Jean AujameJacques-Émile BlancheAntoine BourdelleYves BrayerAlice Dannenberg Co-director with Stettler – Charles DespiauOthon FrieszAndré LhoteÉdouard Georges Mac-AvoyÉmile-René Ménard[6]Jean MetzingerRené-Xavier PrinetLucien SimonAuguste LerouxPierre Henri VaillantRobert Wlérick [fr]Charles Picart Le Doux [fr]
  Poland Olga Boznańska[7]
  United States Margaret Ponce Israel
  Spain Claudio Castelucho
  Switzerland Eugène Grasset
  United Kingdom Walter Sickert (for a time a weekly supervisor of Mlle. Stettler's classes)[8]

Former studentsEdit

Artists by country
  Argentina Noemí GersteinAlicia Penalba - Lino Enea Spilimbergo
  Australia Lina BryansBessie DavidsonLouis Kahan
  Belgium Ghislaine de Menten de Horne [nl]Konstantin Stefanovitch [fr]- Jacques Beeckmans [fr]Berthe Dubail[9]
  Canada Madeleine LalibertéArthur McKayMarthe RakineJean-Paul RiopelleJulien Hébert
  China Zao Wou-KiPang Xunqin
  Colombia Luis CaballeroOscar Rodríguez Naranjo
  Croatia Miroslav Kraljević
  Cuba Amelia Peláez - Loló Soldevilla
  Czech Republic Otto GutfreundFrantisek Kardaus
  Estonia Konrad MägiEduard Wiiralt
  Ethiopia Alexander Boghossian
  Finland Tove JanssonEero NelimarkkaEero SaarinenSam Vanni
  France Yolande ArdissoneRené Aubert [fr]BalthusGuy Bigot [fr]Louise BourgeoisJacques Bouyssou [fr]Philippe Cara Costea [fr]Jean Chapin [fr]Jean CortotMarie-Alain CouturierJacques Daniel [fr]Gabriel Dauchot [fr]Paul Daviaud [fr]Paul DeltombeRené Demeurisse [fr]Amandine Doré [fr]Robert Fontené [fr]Serge Gainsbourg[10]Pierre Garcia-Fons [fr]Germaine Gardey [fr]Oscar Gauthier [fr]Jean Gorin (1899–1981) – Étienne HajduJean Helleu (peintre) [fr]Raymonde Heudebert [fr]René IchéRichard Jeranian[11]Bernadette KanterEdmond KirazGeorges Lambert [fr]Claude Lazar [fr]Eugène Leroy [fr]Carlo Maiolini [fr]Marinette Mathieu [fr]Jacques Mennessons [fr]Marie-Lucie Nessi-Valtat [fr]Alain Mongrenier [fr]Lucile Passavant [fr]Wilfrid Perraudin [fr]Jean PiaubertRichard de Prémare [fr]Paul RebeyrolleSerge RezvaniColette RicharmeGermaine RichierMaggie Salcedo [fr]Jérôme SavaryÉmile SavitryYo Savy [fr]Michel Siret-GilleJeanne Socquet [fr]André Stempfel [fr]Michel ThompsonVictor Feltrin [fr]René Olivier [fr]Fernand Teyssier [fr]Louis-Édouard Toulet [fr]Pierre Toutain-DorbecRoger Weiss [fr]
  Germany Alf Bayrle (1900–1982)- Charles CrodelPeter JanssenKatharina HeiseAlbrecht von Urach
  Greece Athanase ApartisSophia Laskaridou (1882–1965) – Socrate SidiropoulosChryssa
  Hungary Elmyr de HoryAnton PrinnerÁrpád Szenes
  India Chintamoni KarKrishna ReddyAmrita Sher-Gil
  Ireland Eileen GrayNano ReidPatrick SwiftSeán O'Sullivan[12]
  Israel Yaacov AgamYitzhak FrenkelDani KaravanAvigdor Stematsky (1908–89) –
  Japan Kumi Sugai
  Mexico Federico Cantu (1907–1989)
  Netherlands Hubert MinneboJulie van der Veen
  New Zealand Helen Stewart
  Poland Władysław HasiorTamara de Lempicka
  Portugal Mário Cesariny de Vasconcelospt:Maludapt:Mily PossozMaria Elena Vieira da SilvaCarlos Botelho
  Romania Margaret CossaceanuIon Irimescu
  Russia Boris AnrepAlexandra ExterWilly GuggenheimAndré LanskoySerge PoliakoffAlexander SachalZinaida Serebriakova
  South Africa Lippy Lipshitz
  South Korea Seund Ja Rhee
  Spain Ramiro ArrueJoan Miróes:Joaquín Peinadoes:Manuel Ángeles OrtizBenjamín Palencia
  Sweden Bror HjorthSiri Derkert
  Switzerland Otto Charles BänningerOtto Baumbergerfr:Alfred BolleRolf BremHiram BrülhartSerge Brignonifr:Raymond BuchsCoghufde:Louis Connede:Otto Ernst FritschFranz FedierAlberto GiacomettiMax GublerWilly Guggenheim dit VarlinAndré LasserreMeret OppenheimOswald PilloudCharles RollierKurt Seligmannde:Paul StöckliVictor SurbekAndré Thomkinsfr:Robert Wehrlinde:Otto WylerJean Planque
  Turkey Burhan Doğançay
  United Kingdom Maxwell ArmfieldOlivia Mary BrydenJohn CraxtonKeith Henderson - Vivien JohnJacques Kupfermann - Lowes Dalbiac LuardLewis MorleyIsabel NicholasViola Paterson - Basil RakocziIsabel RawsthorneJohn WalkerJosefina de Vasconcellos
  United States Ward BennettHelaine BlumenfeldAlexander CalderGranville CarterEdward Clark (artist)- Warrington ColescottWilliam F. DraperFannie Eliza DuvallDorothy EisnerJoseph ErhardyBirgitta Moran FarmerJohn FerrenPaul FjeldeAnne FlournoyMichael FraryRoy Charles GambleHerbert GentryPaul GeorgesCharles GinneverAdolph GottliebAngela GregoryAl Held -Raymond HendlerHans HofmannJack HooperSylvia Shaw JudsonAdaline Kent[13]Albert KotinMargaret LefrancMichael LoewFrank LobdellJeanne Patterson MilesRichard E. MillerIsamu NoguchiJules Olitskifr:Bill ParkerGenevieve PezetJacques Rosas - Augusta Savage - Louis SchankerNat Mayer ShapiroIrene SharaffCesare SteaGeorge L. StoutShinkichi TajiriBradley Walker TomlinLaura Wheeler Waring
  Uruguay José Cúneo
  Yugoslavia Nikola Martinoski

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Académie de la Grande Chaumière". Gran Enciclopèdia Catalana (in Catalan). Retrieved 11 November 2016.
  2. ^ (fr) in "La Semaine à Paris", Gallica, Bnf
  3. ^ Bhattacharya, Tapan (1988). "Stettler, Adelheid Fanny Martha". SIKART Lexikon zur Kunst in der Schweiz (in German). Retrieved 11 November 2016.
  4. ^ "Un lieu mythique". L'Académie de la Grande Chaumière (in French). Retrieved 14 November 2016.
  5. ^ Sullivan, Michael Art and Artists of Twentieth Century China ISBN 978-0-520-07556-6 p.38
  6. ^ (fr)Brugal antiquities
  7. ^ (pl)zwoje-scrolls.com Archived 2016-03-05 at the Wayback Machine
  8. ^ Baron, Wendy Sickert: Paintings and Drawings ISBN 978-0-300-11129-3 p136
  9. ^ (fr) Dictionnaire des peintres belges
  10. ^ (fr)Mediatheque Cité Musique
  11. ^ Benezit Dictionary of Artists
  12. ^ "O'Sullivan, Sean". NIVAL. National College of Art & Design. Retrieved 27 November 2017.
  13. ^ "Adaline Kent". Rehistoricizing The Time Around Abstract Expressionism in the San Francisco Bay Area (1950s–1960s). 2012. Retrieved 2020-06-12.

SourcesEdit

  • Dr. Eric Cabris, Ph.D., Biografie van kunstschilder Ghislaine de Menten de Horne (1908–1995), Brussels, V.U.B., 2008, p. 4, footnote 3.
  • Antoine Bourdelle, Laure Dalon, Cours & leçons à l'Académie de la Grande Chaumière, 1909–1929, Paris : Paris-Musées : Ed. des Cendres, 2008. ISBN 978-2-7596-0034-2

External linksEdit

Coordinates: 48°50′32″N 2°19′49″E / 48.8422°N 2.3304°E / 48.8422; 2.3304