Private Sales
Three verticle lines

J.J.J. Rigal

J.J.J. Rigal

JJJ Rigal, pseudonym of Jean-Jacques Joachim Rigal, is a writer , painter and sculptor French, born 29 July 1926 in Paris 17th and died 24 February 1997 in Fontenay-aux-Roses ( Hauts-de-Seine ).is the son of writer Edmond Rigal , foreman at Paul Haasen before opening his own studio in 1927 in Fontenay-aux-Roses , Guérard street, a few meters from the birthplace of Pierre Bonnard . Edmond introduces his son to engraving, in 1930, he received encouragement from Jacques Schiffrin , André Malraux and Jean Cassou . In 1934 , it is the subject of a solo exhibition, on which wrote André Malraux , following which he exhibited at the Salon d'Automne of 1936. He made ​​stays in the Auvergne with his family at the beginning of the Second World War and realizes wash, drawings and paintings He married Dec. 16, 1949 in Neuilly-sur-Seine with Denise Nesme. From this union was born their only daughter Nicole Rigal . That same year, he took over the workshop of his father at Fontenay-aux-Roses . There douciers-size form and advises young writers of the time as Mario Avati , Pierre-Yves Trémois or Lars Bo . It is then that he realizes colored engravings. J.-J.-J. Rigal many serious and exhibits in the world. He, in particular, illustrated books bibliophile and founded with his friend the poet Francis GARNUNG society bibliophiles "unrepentant" .

A new artwork by
J.J.J. Rigal

Artworks by J.J.J. Rigal