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French Ceramists: Eugene Fidler, Alexandre Bigot, Paul Cesar Helleu, Camille le Tallec, Roger Capron, Georges Jouve, Masseot Abaquesne

French Ceramists: Eugene Fidler, Alexandre Bigot, Paul Cesar Helleu, Camille le Tallec, Roger Capron, Georges Jouve, Masseot Abaquesne

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Chapters: Eugene Fidler, Alexandre Bigot, Paul Cesar Helleu, Camille le Tallec, Roger Capron, Georges Jouve, Masseot Abaquesne. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 26. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Eugene Fidler was a French painter and ceramicist. Born in Bli, Romania, in 1910, died in Roussillon, Vaucluse, France, in 1990. Eugene Fidler belongs to the group of ceramicists who worked in the era called the « Golden Years of Vallauris », and he is also known as a painter, for his collages and water colours. His works have been purchased by collectors all over the world. He also showed them in France and abroad. Vase sculpte 1910 : Birth in Balti, then a Russian small town in Bessarabia. 1917 :Birth in Warsaw of his sister Aline, who was to become a pianist. 1918 :His family settles in France after spending some time in Warsaw. 1918-1928 :Attends primary and secondary schools in Switzerland and Germany, and then the Lycee Massena in Nice. 1928 -1930Does his time in the French Army (military service). Becomes a French citizen. 19301937 : Studies art at the Paris « Ecole des Beaux Arts », and later at the « Academie Julian ». 1937 : Goes back to Nice, following the death of his father, Aron Fidler. 1940 :Marries Edith Giler, who has fled Nazi Germany with her family. They settle in Mougins. Learns the art of ceramics. 1943 :Escapes from the French Riviera when the Nazis arrive in the French free zone, and finds a shelter in Roussillon, where he paints and does ceramics with his wife Edith : they produce small objects like buttons, earrings and necklaces. He has shows, under the assumed name of Fournier, to evade the Vichy antisemitic laws. He meets Samuel Beckett and painter Henri Hayden, also refugees on the run. 1944 : Provence is liberated. They go back to Mougins, where he and Ed...