The Works of Jacques Villon
In 1893 Villon created a lithograph, "Deux Enfants Avec un Drapeau" (two children with a flag) which are his brother, Marcel Duchamp and his sister, Suzanne Duchamp. In 1895. Gaston Duchamp adopted the name, Jacques Villon.
For almost ten years, Jacques Villon worked in graphic media, continuing
his work doing illustrations and also making color posters and prints.
He created the posters, "Guinguette Fleurie," "L’Anti-Belier,"
"Aperitif Opera" and the most famous and rarest poster,
In 1922 Villon was commissioned by the Galerie Bernheim-Jeune to produce
In 1904 Villon exhibited at the Salon d’Automne; he painted and
created prints of the finest Belle Epoque portraits and genre scenes of
the early 20th century. In 1906 Villon and his brother, Raymond Duchamp
Villon began meeting with the Puteaux Group, which included brother Marcel
Duchamp, Kupka, Picabia, Gleizes, Leger and other artists. It was also
at this time that Villon founded the Section D’Or.
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