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Lucien-Philippe Moretti

by on March 5, 2014

Lucien-Philippe Moretti, deceased French (1922 – 2000)

Lucien-Philippe Moretti was born on May 19, 1922 and died in 2000.

In 1946, he attended the Ecole de Beaux Arts in Paris France studying under Nicolas Untersteller and Demetrium Galanis.  Moretti was appointed Associate Member of the National Society of Fine Arts in 1947.  From 1952 to 1959 Moretti lived and painted in Montmartre in Paris directly across form the Lapin Agile.  From 1959 to 1963 he moved to rue des Abbesses.  In 1963 he left Montmartre to move to the Buttes Chaumont, and in 1966 he moved to the island of Bypass near Poissy to study Hebrew writing. Moretti retired to Etretat on the Normandy coast, where many artists suc h as Offenbach lived and worked.Moretti exhibited in Paris (1949 to 1972), New York (1962), Miami (1971), Montreal (1971), Tokyo (1975). Moretti illustrated the following lithographs: ‘Songs’  Jacques Brel; ‘the bag balls’  Joffo; ‘The Poacher God’ Rene Fallet.


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