Beloosesky Gallery is interested in purchasing paintings and drawings by Jean Pierre Cassigneul.
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Jean-Pierre Cassigneul is a French painter known for his serene portraits of women in hats that recall the French Post-Impressionist avant-garde, including the works of Pierre Bonnard and Edouard Vuillard. He was born on July 13, 1935, in Paris, France and studied at the École des Beaux Arts before holding his first solo exhibition there at the age of 17. A year later, he was appointed a member of the Salon d'Automne. From 1956 to 1960 he studied under the French painter Roger Chapelain-Midy, and from 1965 onwards he exhibited at the Gallery Bellechasse in Paris. Since then he has exhibited across Europe, Japan, and the United States, and has also illustrated several books, among them Le Tour de Malheur by Joseph Kessel.
1935 Born in Paris on July 13th.
1952 First private exhibition at the Galerie Lucy Kroge in Paris aged 17.
1954 Enters into the Académie Charpentier and then decides to study under Jean Souverbie
at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Paris.
1955 He passes his entrance exam a year later and enrolls at the "Ecole Nationale Superieure"
des Beaux-Arts de Paris. Works in Chapelain-Midy’s studio.
1958 First exhibition at the Galerie des Beaux-Arts.
1959 Appointed member of the Salon d’Automne.
1956–1960 Instructed by the French painter Roger Chapelain-Midy.
1963 Present at the Salon de la Jeune Peinture for the first time.
1964 Private exhibition at the Galerie Tivey-Faucon, Paris.
Meets Kiyoshi Tamenaga, who becomes his art dealer for Japan.
1965 Creation of his first lithographic works.
Exhibition at the Galerie Bellechasse, Paris.
1966 Present at the International Exhibition of Figurative Art, Tokyo.
Exhibition at the Galerie Bellechasse, Paris.
1968 Exhibition at the Galerie Juarez in Palm Beach, USA.
Private exhibition at la Galerie Vital, Paris.
1969 Exhibition of lithographic works at the Mitsukoshi Gallery, Tokyo.
1970 January : Exhibition at the Wally Findlay Gallery, Palm Beach, then in New York.
First trip to Japan, where he stays for three months.
Important private exhibition at the Mitsukoshi Gallery, Tokyo.
1973 Exhibition at the Wally Findlay Gallery in Palm Beach, then in New York.
Private exhibition at the Tamenaga Gallery, Tokyo. Meets art publisher Alain Mazo.
1974 Private exhibition at the Galerie Wally Findlay, Paris, then in New York.
1975 Exhibition at the Wally Findlay Gallery, New York.
1976 Private exhibition at the Mitsukoshi Gallery, Tokyo.
Publication of the album “Parcs” by Editions Mazo-Paris.
1977 June : Private exhibition at the Galerie René Kieffer, Paris
Private show of paintings and pastels at the Galerie Wally Findlay, Paris.
1978 Retrospective exhibition of lithographic works at Vision Nouvelle.
June-July : Exhibition at the Wally Findlay Gallery, New York.
Important private showat the Mitsukoshi Gallery, Tokyo.
1980 Designs his first tapestry, executed by Atelier 3, Paris. November :
Private exhibitions of paintings and tapestries at the Galerie Wally Findlay, Paris, then in New York.
Exhibition of lithographs at the Galerie Pierre Hautot, Paris.
1981 Private show at the Mitsukoshi Gallery, Tokyo.
Is commissioned to do a large-size painting for the Mitsukoshi Theatre.
Paints the portrait of Tetsuko Kuroyanagi.
1982 Exhibition of lithographs at the Galerie du Monde, Hong-Kong.
June : Private exhibition at the Galerie Wally Findlay, Paris : paintings, drawings, tapestries.
November : Exhibition of lithographs at the Galerie Matignon, Paris.
1983 Trip to Japan, where several private exhibitions are held.
Private exhibition of lithographs at the Takano Gallery, Tokyo.
October : Private show at the Galerie Wally Findlay, Paris.
1984 Trip to Japan for a private show of his paintings at the Tamenaga Gallery, Tokyo.
Present at Basel Art Fair, Switzerland.
1985 Exposition Private exhibition of lithographs at the Takano Gallery to celebrate the 100th anniversary
of the Takano-Shinjuku department store, Tokyo.
Private show of lithographs at Art Expo, New York. E. Navarra’s booth.
Executes « The Luxembourg Gardens », a huge lithograph mounted as a four-panel screen.
Private show of lithographs at FIEST (International Art Print Fair).
1987 April : Exhibition at Art Expo, New York. Present at Basel Art Fair, Switzerland.
June : Exhibition of drawings and watercolours at the Bouquinerie de l’Institut, Paris.
July : Exhibition at the Trianon de Bagatelle (Bagatelle Park) hosted by the City of Paris.
1988 Exhibition at the Shiseido Gallery. Present at Basel Art Fair, Switzerland.
March : present at Art Expo, New York.
September : Exhibition to celebrate the reopening of the Daimaru store, Nagasaki.
Is commissioned to do a painting for the city of Nagasaki.
October : Exhibition of lithographs at the Galerie Martin-Brès, Marseille.
1989 Private show at the Ginza Printemps store in Tokyo.
Present at the Art Expo in New York. Enrico Navarra’s booth
1990 Exhibition at the Daimaru Museum in Osaka, Tokyo, Habata and Kyoto.
1991 Private exhibition at La Bouquinerie de l’Institut for the presentation of the portfolio, Paris.
July : First exhibition in Canada at the Gallery Buschlen-Mowatt in Vancouver.
1992 Private exhibition at the Printemps Ginza, Tokyo.
June : exhibition of drawings and water colors at La Bouquinerie de l’Institut in Paris.
1993 Private exhibition at the Matsuzajaya Museum in Nagoya then at Ueno, Yokohama and Osaka.
1994 April : Exhibition at the Printemps Ginza in Tokyo.
May : private exhibition in Yokohama. June : performances in Japan of the ballet “LA fille mal gardée”.
November : Executes in Chartres in the Atelier J.Loire a leaded glass window “Les jardins des délices”
for the Shinagawa Prince Hotel in Japan. Travel to Japan for the opening.
November : opening of the Izzu Lake Ippeki Museum.
1995 Exhibition of one hundred and fifty lithographs in twelve big cities in japan.
1996 April to August : private exhibition at the Daimaru Museum in Tokyo organised by the Asahi Journal.
A hundred of oils, drawings and tapestries are shown.
The exhibition continue in Osaka, Kyoto, Kochi and Fukoka.
1997 April to may : exhibition of lithographs executed between 1989 and 1996 at the Printemps Ginza in Tokyo.
1998 April to june : exhibition at the Matsuzakaya Museum in Nagoya.
The exhibition goes also to Tokyo, Yokohama and Shizuoka. April to
October : exhibition in Sogo Stores in Kobe, Ohmiva and Yokohama.
1999 April : exhibition at the Printemps Ginza. A hundred of paintings, drawings and tapestries is exposed.
Exhibition in Sogo Store in Hiroshima.
2000 November : exhibition at the Printemps Ginza in Tokyo for their 16th anniversary.
Exhibition in Daimaru Hakata in Kyusyu.
2001 Private exhibition in Asahikawa, Utsunomiya and Kure.
2002 Exhibition of recent paintings in five big cities in Japan : Takasuki, Tokyo, Yokohama, Kobe and Hiroshima.
2003 Executes 400 lithographs, one painting and a table service for the Sapporo Prince Hotel.
Private exhibition in Tokyo, Koshi, Okinawa and Kashiwa.
2004 Private exhibition in Yao, Kawagushi and Chiba.
2005 Celebration of his fifty years of work, exhibition in seven big cities in japan
(Tokyo, Yokohama, Osaka, Hiroshima, Chiba, Hakata et Shizuoka)
2006 October: Exhibition of paintings at the "Galerie Patrick Cramer" in Geneva
2007 October : Exhibition of paintings and lithographs at Seibu, Sogo and Tenmaya stores in Japan
(Tokyo, Yokohama, Kobe, Hiroshima and Osaka)