Lucien Vieillard

1923 Born in Toulouse, France
Studied Law
1966 Began his artistic career
Self-taught artist

Solo Exhibitions
1970 Galerie Antoinette, Paris
1970 Galerie Chappe, Toulouse, France
1972 Galerie Antoinette, Paris
1973 Galerie Pro Arte Kasper, Morges, Switzerland
1974 Galerie Krul, Krefeld, Germany
1975 Galerie Aktuaryus, Strasbourg, France
1976 Galerie Antoinette, Paris
1977 Galerie Le Biblion, Toulouse, France
1979 Galerie Pro Arte Kasper, Morges, Switzerland
1981 Galerie Antoinette, Paris
1983 Galerie Naiv Art, Paris
1985 Galerie Contini, Caracas, Venezuela
1986 Galerie Hauts de Nimes, France
1986 Galerie d’Art Naif, Lasne, Belgium
1989 Galerie Antoinette, Paris
1993 Galerie Inard, Toulouse, France
1995 Prefecture et Conseil General, Toulouse, France
1999 13eme Salon des Arts de l’Air de l’Espace ENSICA, Toulouse, France
2005 Galerie Roger Betti, Toulouse, France
2006 Galerie Jacqueline Bricard, Lourmarin, France

Group Exhibitions
1970 Zagreb, Yugoslavia
1971 Galerie Hof Ter Linde, Courtrai, Belgium
1971 International Fair of Arts. Baie, Switzerland
1971 Galerie Staufacher, Berne, Switzerland
1971 Autumn Salon, Grand Palais, Paris
1972 Galerie Hoizinger, Munich, Germany
1972 Galerie Odile Harel, Vence, France
1972 Galerie 65, Cannes, France
1972 Galerie Mirage, Montpellier, France
1972 Salon Terres Latines, Paris
1972 Biennial of Naןve Art, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
1972 Sonia Hernie Foundation, Oslo,
1972 Atheneum Museum, Helsinki
1972 Louisiana Gallery, Humiabaek, Denmark
1972 Musee de l’Athenee, Geneva
1973 La Grande Dominica, Milan
1973 Kunstverein de Constance, Germany
1973 Zimmer Gallery, Dusseldorf, Germany
1973 Galerie Isy Brachot, Brussels
1973 Galerie Odile Harel, Vence, France
1973 Naifs II, Lugano, Switzerland
1973 Espace 2000, Brussels
1974 1st Salon of Contemporary Art, Paris
1975 Galerie Strunskaya, Zurich
1975 Centre Leonard de Vinci, Toulouse, France
1975 Fabian Gallery, New York
1976 Galerie Louvigny, Luxembourg
1976 Galerie Pro Arte Kasper, Morges, Switzerland
1977 Hammer Gallery, Amsterdam
1977 Musee de Laval, Laval, France
1979 Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
1980 Galerie Antoinette, Singapore
1982 Salon des Independants, Grand Palais, Paris
1987 Musee Toulouse Lautrec, Albi, France
1988 Tokyo
1990 Galerie Turenne, Troyes, France
1994 INSITA 94, Bratislava, Slovakia
1996 Musee Anatale Jacovsky, Paris
1997 Salon Comparaisons, Paris
1998 Galerie Inard, Toulouse, France
1998 Caisse Credit Agricole, Auch, France
1998 Musee Ingres, Montauben, France
1998 La Quinzaine d’Art, Quercy, France
1999 Carrousel du Louvre, Paris
2000 Galerie Pro Arte Kasper, Morges, Switzerland
2002 Museum of Boca Raton, Florida, USA
2002 Puerto Rico
2002 Trienniale de Bratislava, Slovakia
Portal’s Gallery, Chicago, USA
2003 Musee du Vieux Chateau, Laval, Quebec, Canada
2005 Galerie Pro Arte Kasper, Morges, Switzerland
2006 Salon Comparaisons, Grand Palais, Paris
2007 “Naןve-Joie de Vivre”, Gina Gallery of International Naןve Art, Tel Aviv

Prizes
1974 Silver Medal, Galerie Pro Arte Kasper, Morges, Switzerland
1976 Gold Medal, Galerie Pro Arte Kasper, Morges, Switzerland
1995 ASPE, Academie du Languedoc

Public Collections
Musee Toulouse Lautrec, Albi, France
Musee Henri Rousseau, Nice, France
Musee International d’Art Naif Anatole Jacovsky, Paris
Musee des Halles Saint Pierre, Vicq, France
Musee d’Art Naif d’Ile de France, Vicq, France
Galerie Nationale Slovaque, Czechoslovakia
Clemens Sels Museum, Neuss, Germany
Musee du Jouet, Tokyo
Musee de Setagaya, Tokyo

Bibliography
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“Les Proverbes vus par les Peintres Naifs”, Max Fourny Editions, Paris
“Naןve Malerei”, Herdes Freiburg Editions, Paris
“La Chanson Traditionelle et les Naifs”, Roger Blanchard, Max Fourny Editions, Paris
“Les Peintres Illumines de L’instinct”, Fillpachi Editions, Paris
“Naןve Kunst”, Ida Niggli, Niedertenfen, Switzerland
“Naןve Malerei”, Mathias T. Engels, Olde Hosen Editions, Hambourg, Germany
“La Peinture Naןve en France”, Marie-Christine Hugonot, Paris
“Guide Naif de Paris”, Marie-Christine-Hugonot, Paris
“Guide Naif de des Provinces de France”, Marie-Chrisitne-Hugonot,
Paris
“Le Monde du douanier Rousseau”, Yann Le Pichon, Paris
“World Encyclopedia of Naןve Art”, Oto Bihalji-Merin, 1984, Belgrade, Yugoslavia
“La Peinture Naןve Francaise Contemporaine”, White Public Relations, 1988, Tokyo
“L’Affiche d’Art en Europe”, Mustapha Chelbi, 1991, Paris
“Album Mondial de la Peinture Naןve”, Max Fourny, 1990, Paris

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