Serge Creuz (1924-1996) "Buveuse de Rancio", 1947
Oil painting by Serge Creuz (1924-1996), "Buveuse de Rancio". Signed, titled and dated September 1947. Exhibition label on the reverse: "Palais des Beaux Arts de Bruxelles en 1978".
- "Buveuse de Rancio"
- Oil on canvas
- Year of Production
- September 1947
- Serge Creuz (4.5.1924 - Brussels - 15.1.1996)
- Signed: Serge Creuz; signed, titled, dated sept. 1947 and exhibition label of 1978
- 90 x 60 cm
Information about the artist:
Serge Creuz is a Belgian painter, born May 4, 1924 in Molenbeek-Saint-Jean / Brussels, died January 15, 1996 in Linkebeek / Brussels. Student at the Superior Institute of Decorative Arts in La Cambre, Brussels, he began to engrave and illustrate books under the direction of Joris Minne. He became a member of the Young Belgian Painting in 1946. Very early, he turned to the theater and created many sets. He also works for Belgian television and, in France, for filmmaker Yves Robert. Numerous exhibitions of paintings, drawings and cartoons for magazines including, notably, the weekly magazine "Pourquoi Pas" for which he creates thousands of drawings in nearly thirty years. In Brussels, he founded the "Maison de Bellone", a theater documentation and archiving center. To his credit, one of the greatest High Schools in his native Brussels is named Serge Creuz.