Jules Lismonde Art Work

Jules Lismonde was born in 1908 in Anderlecht, Brussels into an artistic family. From an early age, he had a passion for music and drawing. During his studies at Royal Academy in Brussels he mainly focused on drawing with charcoal. His drawings are inspired by architectural sites and harbor towns. Around 1958, observing these landscapes and cityscapes led him to abstraction. His work gained maturity and he also broke through internationally. Le Botanique directed in 1992, at the end of his career, a retrospective showing the different styles. Lismond's very own and inspired art has made one of the most valuable Belgian artists of the 20th century. This drawing dates from 1966. It’s called ‘espaces a definir’ - spaces to be defined charcoal, ruffled paper on panel.

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