Image

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Lautréamont, ca 1980

Photographer

Tom Haartsen

Lautréamont

1980
50,0cm
x 35,7cm
watercolour
Collection Fondation Constant, NL

Circa 1980
Comte de Lautréamont is pseudonym for Isidore Lucien Ducasse (Montevideo, Urugay), 04 April 1846 to 24 November 1870. He was a French author and poet and an important forerunner of Surrealism. In 1868 he wrote Les Chants de Maldoror (a poetic novel).

    Signed/dated

    Titled 'Lautréamont', bottom right in sanguine crayon. Signed Constant, bottom right in brown watercolor

    Provenance

    Constant
    2005 Collection Fondation Constant

    Frame dimensions

    74,2 x 60,1 x 2,8 cm
    Title Type Year
    Aquarellen van Constant Article 1981
    Trefzekere aquarellen Article 1979

    Notes

    Locatie: Opslag Utrecht TWKE03

    Tentoonstellingen
    1980, 3 oktober - 5 november 1980, Constant. Tekeningen en aquarellen 1970-1980, Galerie Nouvelles Images, Den Haag.
    1981, 25 april – 24 mei 1981, Constant. Recente aquarellen, Collection d’Art, Amsterdam.
    1985, 20 july - 1 september 1985, Constant. Werk uit de periode 1975-1985, Centraal Museum, Utrecht (geen catalogus).

    Publicaties
    Fanny Kelk, “Interviews en kritieken” (cat. tent. Constant. Tekeningen en aquarellen 1970-1980, van 03.10.1980-05.11.1980 in Galerie Nouvelles Images, Den Haag.
    Mathilde Visser, Aquarellen van Constant, in Het Financieele Dagblad, 01 mei 1981 (2de kolom, 2de alinea).