John Harrison Levee has died January 18th 2017 in Paris

Le Musée Privé Magazine d'Art Moderne et Contemporain

We regret to announce that the American painter in Paris, John Harrison Levee (born April 10th 1924), has died today (January 18th, 2017) in Paris.

Levee took a Master's degree in philosophy from the University of California Los Angeles before becoming an aviator in the Second World War. Following the war he decided to stay to work as a painter in Montparnasse, after studying at Académie Julian. Levee was a magnificent painter of force and guts and forthrightness. He exhibited a talent for gravitas with strong gestures rendered in blacks and strong colors, as well as a penchant for impasto surfaces. Intense in passionate emotions, the painter's work has a deeply moving deportment.  

John Harrison Levee

Joseph Nechvatal et Patrick Reynolds

John Levee, "Composition" (1961) oil, 160x130 cm

John Levee, "Composition" (1961) oil, 160x130 cm



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