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Jean-Claude Quilici

France Born in: 1941
Jean-Claude Quilici was born in Marseilles in 1941. He studied fine arts and discovered masters of Provençal painting.

His painting aesthetically resembles the works of Provençal artists. However, Jean-Claude Quilici doesn't only represent the Provence, but all the landscapes he admires and those which inspire him. These mainly pertain to his trips in USA, Spain, Morocco...

Jean-Claude Quilici exhibited for the first time in 1958. He earned international fame. The artist received several awards like « la mention spéciale » from the Grand Prix Jury at the Avignon Festival. He was acknowledged worldwide: he exhibited in USA, Japan. During his career, he also took care of public orders for the Université de Corte and Marseilles subway. In 1997, the artist created opera decors "Mireille" by Gounod for a co-production of the Opera in Marseilles and Bordeaux.
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Our recommendations Jean-Claude Quilici, Traverse Fleurie à Mykonos, Print

Jean-Claude Quilici

Traverse Fleurie à Mykonos, 1941
28.7 x 37 x 0.1 inch


Jean-Claude Quilici, Mas aux Oliviers, Painting

Jean-Claude Quilici

Mas aux Oliviers, 1990
15 x 18.1 x 0.8 inch

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Jean-Claude Quilici, Le Val d'Enfer, Painting

Jean-Claude Quilici

Le Val d'Enfer, 2000
13 x 16.1 x 0.8 inch

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