Constant Le Breton (1895-1985)

Sixty-seven works, comprising fifty-two oil paintings and fifteen watercolours, complete the set of objects on show at this monograph exhibition devoted to the French painter Constant Le Breton, presented in Portugal for the first time.

The artist was born in 1895 at Saint-Germain-des Prés, Anjou. He was the son of sailors, who revealed from an early stage a particular enthusiasm for drawing and etching.

The catalogue illustrates all the works in the exhibition, and includes texts by Arnaud d’Hauterives and Jean-Marie Le Breton.

Technical information

Texts:
Arnaud d’Heuterives, Jean-Marie Le Breton
Language:
Bilingual edition (Portuguese/French)
Editorial coordination:
João Carvalho Dias
Edited:
2010
Pages:
87
ISBN:
978-972-8848-72-9

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