Emile Gilioli (1911-1977)

Sculpture "Boisseloune"

Work french work
Materials bronze, patina gray-brown
Creation date Around 1959
Special features signed and numbered 6/6. Susse smelter Paris
Height 34 cm
Width 25 cm
Depth 14 cm
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Work
french work
Materials
bronze, patina gray-brown
Creation date
Around 1959
Special features
signed and numbered 6/6. Susse smelter Paris

Emile Gilioli (1911-1977)

Sculpture "Boisseloune"

Who is

Emile Gilioli (1911-1977)

Born in 1911, Emile Gilioli trained at the School of Decorative Arts in Nice with Marie Raymond. In 1947, he exhibited at the Pavillon des Réalités nouvelles in Paris. His friend Andry Farcy introduces him to cubism. From 1954, he participated in numerous group exhibitions. In 1971, he collaborated with the Manufacture Nationale de Sèvres for whom he created four sets for plates in limited edition. Emile Gilioli is a representative of abstract French sculpture. Its production is characterized by a great simplicity where form and matter are conditioned. His inspirations range from ancient Greece to ancient Egypt to cubism.