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Francis Picaba, Vase de Fleurs
Above is Vase de fleurs, 1924-26, by Francis Picaba (1879-1953).

Right is Nature morte au chandelier, painted in 1922 by Fernand Leger (1881-1955).

The musee d'art moderne de la ville de Paris, cont

11 ave de President Wilson.
Metros Iena, Alma-Marceau.
Buses 32, 42, 63, 72, 80, 92.

The museum is run by the City of Paris, so entrance is free. It is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 - 18:00.

Frenand Leger, Nature mort au chandelier
Frenand leger L'homme a la pipe

Left is L'homme a la pipe, also by Fernand Leger painted in 1920.

Right is a pinting by Jean Fautrier.



Jean Fautrier
Jacques Villegle, Boulevard de la Chapelle

Left is Boulevard de la Chapelle, created in 1965 by Jacques Villegle. The artist took bits of existing posters and used them to compose the image. This one was made at the time of an election and shows the face of de Gaulle. The colour are red, white and blue, the colours of the French flag.

Right and below left are teo paintings by Erro (1932-). The one on the right is titled Trotsky, painted in 1973, and below left is titles Khadafi, painted in 1974. They are examples of narritive figuration, which is a French version of the Pop Art movement.

Erro, Trotsky
Erro Khadafi Henri Cueco, Marx, Freud, Mao
Erro, La General Giap

Left is another Erro, titled Le General Giap, painted in 1974.

Above is Marx, Freud, Mao, painted in 1969 by Henri Cueco (1929-).

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