Column of narrative figuration, born in the 60s, the painter Jacques Monory died today in Paris at the age of 94, leaving behind a work-fed cinema, Noir and marked by the supremacy of blue. His death was reported to the AFP by his widow Paule.
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" The color blue, almost exclusively, was his signature and his monochrome rendering images close to the photograph as a long panorama, marked by a melancholy that spread sometimes turned into a nightmare, "she said in a statement. Cars, revolvers, black-throats and women composed the repertoire of the artist, as well as photographer and filmmaker ("Ex" and "Brighton Belle"), whose works are exhibited in many public collections such as the Center Pompidou.
The painter was unveiled with two series of paintings: "Murders" (1