Mouly, Marcel

Description: Marcel MOULY (1918-2008) – Le Lac, 1964 – Oil on canvas signed below right and dated (19)64 – Contresigned, titled and dated on the back – 35 x 35 cm 4.10 g. Diameter: 2.2 cm.

Marcel Mouly (February 6, 1918 – January 7, 2008) was a French artist who painted in an abstract style.

Marcel Mouly’s work has been exhibited all over the world, including in the permanent collections of more than 20 museums, such as the Museum of Modern Art in Paris, the Museum of Modern Art in Japan, the Museum of Geneva, the Museum of Modern Art in Helsinki, and Paris’ Bibliotheque Nationale. He has also been the subject of numerous books, and recognized by such honors as the Chevalier de L’Orde des Arts et Lettres (1957) and the Premier Prix de Lithographie (1973).

1990 – Atelier Gourdon, Palm Springs
1996 – Musee de Changhai, China
1997 – Kwai Fung Hip Gallery, Hong Kong
1997 – Park West Gallery, Michigan
1997 – Le Domaine Perdu Galerie Meyral Perigerd, with his son Pierre, a sculptor
1998 – Philipps Gallery, Palm Beach, Florida
1999 – Opera Gallery, Paris
1999 – University Museum, Carbondale, Illinois with Pierre Mouly
1999 – Galerie Nolan Rankin, Houston, Texas with Pierre Mouly
2000 – Galerie du Chateau, Noirmoutier, France
2000 – Park West Gallery, Michigan
2005 – Chok Som Bo Kum Pao Gallery, Guangzhou
2006 – Opera Gallery, Paris
2007 – National Fine Art Canada