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Chartier | Marko Stupar | Nolan-Rankin Galleries - Houston

Chartier | NR1669 | 80 Figure: 57.5 x 44.75 inches – SOLD

Available Paintings 

STUDIES

Born in 1936 in Yugoslavia, Stupar chose France as his permanent home in 1964 after completing his studies at the Beaux‑Arts of Belgrade. Today we find that the art of Marko Stupar is totally integrated into the School of Paris. Although his work continues to be very personal, the graphic nature of his Slavic background is now uniquely combined with the subtlety found in Bonnard.
Stupar has participated in juried exhibitions since 1966 when he won the Silver Medal at the Center of Diffusion of the Cote‑d’Azur. He regularly participates in the Salon d’Automne, the Salon National des Beaux‑Arts, the Salon des Artistes Français, and the Salon Comparaison. Among his other honors, Stupar has won both the Silver and Gold medals of the prestigious Salon des Artistes Français.
One-man exhibitions of Stupar’s work have been held in cities all over the world including Paris, Geneva, Lyon, Osaka, Dusseldorf, Strasbourg, Zagreb, Annecy, Havre, New York, Philadelphia, Dallas, and Houston. 

SALONS

Salon des Artistes Français
Salon d’Automne
Salon Comparaison

COLLECTIONS AND MUSEUMS

Museum of Issy‑les‑Moulineaux
Museum of Bosnia ‑ Sarajevo
Museum of Modern Art ‑ Paris
Museum of Banja‑Lu
Museum of Bihac

GALLERY REPRESENTATION

EXHIBITIONS

1966-1967 First exhibition in Paris at the “Salon l’Eveil and in Nice
1969 Purchase by the Ministère Régional de la Culture de Grevensbrush, Allemagne
Exposition à Düsseldorf
1970 Düsseldorf, Orangerie du Château de Benrath
1971 Liège, Galerie l’Etuve
Grand Prix d’Issy-les-Moulineaux
1974 Osaka, Galerie Hankyu
Paris, Galerie Saint-Placide
1975 Osaka, Galerie Hankyu
1976 Sarajevo, Musée de Bosnie-Herzégovine
Musée de Banja-Luka
Musée de Bihac
Osaka, Galerie Hankyu
Paris, Centre Culturel Yougoslave
1977 Purchase by the Ministère Français de la culture
et del’Environnement
Osaka, Gallerie Hankyu
1978 Médaille d’Argent au Salon des Artistes Français
Paris, Galerie Colette Dubois
Osaka, Galerie Hankyu
Lyon, Galerie Hélène
Zagreb, Galerie Josip Racic
1980 Purchase by the Ministère de la Culture et de la
Communication
Exposition in Japan: Tokyo, Nagoya, Tottori and Sendai
Genève, C. Galerie
Médaille d’Or au Salon des Artistes Français
1982 Paris, Galerie Colette Dubois
Annecy, Galerie Le Sagittaire
Strasbourg, Galerie Aktuaryuis
1983 Annecy, Galerie Le Sagittaire
1984 New York, Galerie Roussard
Paris, Galerie Colette Dubois
1985 Annecy, Galerie Le Sagittaire
Paris, Galerie Colette Dubois
Houston, Phillips-Flynt (Nolan-Rankin) Galleries
1987 Paris, Galerie Colette Dubois
Osaka, Galerie Kimura
1988 Crécy-la-Chapelle, Galerie et Brocante
Le Havre, Galerie Alpha
Osaka, Galerie Kimura
1989 Paris, Galerie Francis Barlier
1990 Paris, Galerie Francis Barlier
1991 Osaka, Galerie Kimura
1992 Paris, Galerie Robert Philippe
1993 Le Havre, Galerie Alpha
Houston, Nolan-Rankin Galleries
1994 Le Havre, Galerie Corinne Le Monnier
Paris, Galerie 26
Clermont-Ferrand,
Galerie Christiane Vallésfa
1995 Barbizon, Galerie Triade
Le Havre, Galerie Corinne Le Monnier
Paris, Centre Culturel Yougoslave
(catalogue)
1996 Paris, Galerie 26 (catalogue)
Nancy, Espace 54
1997 Barbizon, Galerie Triade
Grenoble, Galerie La Pléiade
Poitiers, Galerie Montgautier
1998 “École de Paris – 50 Years”, University Museum, Southern Illinois  University, Carbondale
Houston, Nolan-Rankin Galleries
Saint-Jean-de Luz, Galerie F.Portal
Paris, Galerie 26
1999 Houston, Nolan-Rankin Galleries
2000 Paris, Galerie 26
2001 Houston, Nolan-Rankin Galleries
Marko Stupar | Nolan-Rankin Galleries, Houston, TX