by La Gazette Drouot
see : La Gazette Drouot
Stanley William Hayter
Stanley William Hayter, born in London at the dawn of the twentieth century, was one of the leading exponents of British surrealism. He was one of the main representatives of British surrealism. He settled in Paris and then moved away from figuration, prefiguring abstract expressionism.
Proposed by the curator Agnès Thiébault, an exhibition presents some twenty of his paintings at the Vazieux gallery, which is organizing a conference on the artist on May 11 at 6 pm.