Stephane Brugal gallery
Gallery specialising in graphic arts (paintings, drawings, prints and posters) from the 1880s to the present day, and more particularly works from the Breton schools, from the Pont-Aven school to the post-war modern trends.
The Brugal Gallery is present in Brittany, in Pont-l’Abbé and at various specialised exhibitions such as the Salon International de l’Estampe et du Dessin (Grand Palais – Paris).
Expert for the work of André Dauchez, Stéphane Brugal wrote and published the catalogue raisonné of the artist’s engraved work, “André Dauchez, 1870-1948, portraitiste de la Cornouaille”, in June 2018.
Artists presented at the Paris Print Fair
Lucien Simon (1861-1945), Bigoudène conduisant des enfants, 1897, lithograph coloured in pencil and wash, with white highlights, on thin wove paper, signed in the upper left-hand panel, “Album d’estampes originales” of the Ambroise Vollard gallery of 1897 – edition at 100 copies. Courtesy Stéphane Brugal gallery.
Alfred Marzin (1880-1943), Les goémons, Saint-Guénolé, wood engraving, signed lower right in pencil, and monogrammed in the plate. Courtesy Stéphane Brugal Gallery.
Carl Moser (1873-1939), Waiting, 1906-1914, Wood engraving, signed with the monogram in the lower left-hand plate.
Carl Moser, an Austrian painter-engraver, spent his summers in Brittany, in particular in Douarnenez and Concarneau; in 1902, he met the painter Max Kurzweil in Concarneau, who encouraged him to try his hand at coloured woodcuts; in Douarnenez, he became friends with the engraver Henri Rivière. Courtesy Stéphane Brugal gallery.