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jean carzou


Jean Carzou (1907-2000) is an Armenian artist from Syria who worked in Paris as a painter. Perhaps influenced by his architectural studies, most of Carzou’s work is composed of many vertical lines and large areas of vibrant color. He typically painted public areas and buildings, and is also known for his illustrations of novels by Hemingway and Camus, set-designs for Parisian ballet and opera houses, and being devastatingly handsome.

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