Chronik

1899
Born: Paris, France
1922
Moved to Arles (Provence) and set up painting studio
1935
Returned to Paris, where he took over Maximilien Luce’s old studio
1940 – 1949
Joined the French Résistance in Corrèze and Dordogne during WWII
1949
Returned again to Paris, studio in Saint Paul-de-Vence, Provence, France
1950
Attended Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA
Established studio in Cannes, France
1956
Moved to Bois d’Arcy, near Versailles
1960 – 1969
Summers in Arzon, Bretagne, France
1985
Died: Paris, France
Collections:
Smith College Museum of Art, Northhampton, MA
Musée Arlaten, Arles, France
Commissioned Murals:
Saint Martin-de-Crau (Town Hall)
Les Saintes Maries-de-la-Mer(Town Hall)
Collège Ampère (Dining Room)

Ausstellungen

1990
Retrospective Exhibition, Frost and Reed, London, England
1987
Frost and Reed, London, England(solo)
1955
Frost and Reed, London, England (solo)
1953
Galerie Petrides, Paris, France (solo)
1951
Galerie Petrides, Paris, France (solo)
1949
Galerie Petrides, Paris, France (solo)

Literatur

E. Benezit ‘Dictionnaire des Peintres, Sculpteurs, Dessinateurs et Graveurs’
‘Dictionnaire des Petits Maitres de la Peinture’
Dyf’ by Michel Gay; Galleries, 19th and 20th Century Masters
‘Marcel Dyf’, Frost and Reed Galleries, London