Macario VITALIS and his model in his workshop at Camille RENAULT – Authorization from Mr. E. Ledoigt
Macario VITALIS dans les années 1945 à 1956
After two years of confinement in a German camp in Compiègne, VITALIS returned to his friends in the Cubist group of the “Section d’Or” in Puteaux in 1944. He then lived under the roof of the restaurant owner and patron Camille RENAULT, where the whole of cultural Paris had its habits (see the section dedicated to “VITALIS and Camille RENAULT”).
His first paintings show a joy of recovered freedom. Then VITALIS resolutely takes the turn of cubism, under the influence of Jacques VILLON.
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The ball – oil/canvas – 1950
Village scene – oil/panel – 1950
Mother and child – oil/panel – vers 1950
Paris – Place Clichy – black pencil – 1950
Landscape at the bridge – oil/canvas – 1950