Ladislas Kijno

Biography

Ladislas Kijno (June 27, 1921 – November 27, 2012) was a French painter. Born in Warsaw, he moved with his family to France in 1925, settling in the community of Nœux-les-Mines in the Pas-de-Calais. Before becoming a painter he studied philosophy with Jean Grenier. Ladislas Kijno died in 2012.

Career

He arrived in France in 1925. He created his first artistic works in the beginning of the 40’s. He founded the Cadran group in 1950, with Paul Gay. From 1954 he will devote himself exclusively to painting. He moves to Paris in 1958. Kijno becomes a member of the committee of the Salon de Mai in Paris and thus regularly participates in this manifestation. Since his first big solo exhibition at the Musee d’Antibes in 1957, more that a hundred exhibitions have shown his work. The art of Kijno is today present in numerous international museums.

Ladislas Kijno - Abstract Composition

Ladislas Kijno - Abstract Composition

Abstract Composition - 1960

Oil on Canvas

11 x 8 inches (27.5cm x 20cm)

Signed and Dated 1960

Ladislas Kijno - Signe Seriel

Ladislas Kijno - Signe Seriel

Signe Seriel - 1960

Oil on Canvas

45 x 34 inches (112cm x 86cm)

Signed and Dated 1960

Ladislas Kijno -Isotonie

Ladislas Kijno -Isotonie

Isotonie - 1960

Oil on Canvas

64 x 52 inches (163cm x 132cm)

Signed and Dated 1960

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