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Michel Cribelier

Michel Cribelier

France
  • KAZoART artist since 2018
  • 14 works sold
  • 37 works

Born in Normandy in the Andelys in 1951.

Registered with ADAGP.

Registered at the Maison des artistes since 1989 - N° C120669

His first experience with painting dates back to 1960 with the painter George Doublet (1911-1997); since then, he has hardly stopped painting and drawing. During his adolescence, he was first attracted by portraiture, then by the impressionist landscape. In 1972, he attended the Higher Course of Drawing of the City of Paris in the evening, then the School of Fine Arts of Rouen. Then, he studied painting at the Académie Anquetin with Mrs Versini in Neuilly and entered the studio of painters Paul Berton and Christian Welter in Paris. He also frequents the studio of sculptor Henry Murail. Currently, he works with dry pastel and knife painting, which brings a lot of freshness to the colours, a beautiful and generous material and a dynamic and sure gesture of the line.

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Michel Cribelier - Valentine 3
Acrylic painting
24 x 33 cm
$311
Michel Cribelier - L'automne à giverny
Oil painting
80 x 80 cm
$1,035
Michel Cribelier - Nu drapé en relief
Pastel drawing
70 x 120 cm
$1,035
Michel Cribelier - Nu 4
Acrylic painting
65 x 54 cm
$414
Michel Cribelier - Nu 2
Acrylic painting
65 x 54 cm
$414
Michel Cribelier - Valentine 2
Acrylic painting
24 x 33 cm
$311
Michel Cribelier - Portail aux rosiers
Oil painting
80 x 80 cm
$1,035
Michel Cribelier - Les pommes de Verbania
Pastel drawing
31 x 47 cm
$414
Michel Cribelier - Valentine 1
Acrylic painting
24 x 33 cm
$311
Michel Cribelier - Les arbres rouges
Oil painting
80 x 80 cm
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Michel Cribelier's Career
Education

In 1979, he led a drawing academy in Vernon and in 1981, founded the association ART VISUEL and directed the VISUAL ART SCHOOL for 13 years, bringing together more than 100 students in plastic and graphic arts workshops. He teaches drawing techniques and oil painting. In 1982, he organized the exhibition "IMAGES D’HOMME" in Vernon, bringing together about a hundred quality artists. Then, in 1984, he created the 1st Salon de Vernon in collaboration with the city and organized it until 1996. In 1984, he participated in the creation of a 50 m2 mural painting for the Chapelle St Jean-Baptiste in Vernon (collective work with Gobenceaux and De Dreux-Brézé). As part of the 900th anniversary of the death of William the Conqueror, he painted for the City of Vernon a 20 m by 2 m painting (the Fall of Icarus) displayed in the Dungeon in June and July 1987. Artist registered at the Maison des Artistes since 1989. Member of the Society "Art du pastel en France". President of the Atelier Renaissance association in Vernon from 2003 to June 2008. Professor of visual arts in Giverny (association ECOLE D’ARTS DE GIVERNY).

Exhibitions

From January 2004 to the end of 2005, permanent paintings at the Galerie des Arts in Vernon

April 2006: Opening of the Atelier Galerie Cribelier near Giverny in Ste-Geneviève-les-Gasny

From April 28 to June 3, 2007: "Arts et Fleurs de Mai" exhibition at Serres Dubois in Rosny-sur-Seine

July 19, 2007: Paintings exhibition at the Hippodrome de Deauville Clairefontaine

From June 10 to July 31, 2007: "Mechanical’Art" exhibition in Giverny at the Museum of Natural Mechanics

October-November 2007: Exhibition at Galerie Atelier 9 in Andelys

From April 26 to May 18, 2008: Musée des Andelys

From 11 July to 31 August 2008: Maison du pays d’Auge et des calvados in Cormeilles (27)

From 2009 to 2014: LETOLIACHA Gallery in GIVERNY

From 8 to 17 January 2015: Louis Jouvet Cultural Centre in Bonnières-sur-Seine (78)

From May 20 to September 25, 2017: Espace culturel Les Dominicaines in Pont-l’Evêque (14)

Awards

En avril 1981, il est sélectionné au Prix de Portrait Paul-Louis Weiller à l’Institut de France à Paris.

Collection privée : France, Belgique, Suisse, Grande-Bretagne, Suède, Chine, USA