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Annick AUZIMOUR:
Bohuslav Reynek.
Regards du Dauphiné
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[Scenes from the Dauphiné].
1998

Published for the Bohuslav Reynek exhibition at the Musée de Grenoble, this booklet complements the collective work Bohuslav Reynek. L’image dans l’œuvre poétique et graphique with a biography of Reynek that sheds light on his links with the Dauphiné, Suzanne Renaud’s homeland. It also includes texts on the artist’s work and technique as well as a “guided tour” of the show. The many exhibitions in the Dauphiné devoted to Reynek from 1927 to the present showcase a precious heritage of works on paper — pastels, charcoal drawings and engravings — in local private collections. The Bibliothèque municipale d’Étude et du Patrimoine de Grenoble has also recently acquired an important public collection of his drawings and engravings, now the most important public collection in France.

Format 21 x 21 cm.
36 pages. Softbound, illustrated cover.
ISBN : 2–910544–06–0

Published by Romarin, Grenoble 1998.
Biographical text in French.
Catalogue of the exhibition Bohuslav Reynek at the Musée de Grenoble (30.11.1997-26.01.1998).
List of exhibited works.
Black and white illustrations: eleven works by Bohuslav Reynek, two photographs.

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L’association Romarin est une association à but non lucratif fondée à Grenoble (France) en 1993, régie par la loi du 1er juillet 1901 et enregistrée sous le n° 1/22101. Elle a pour objet de favoriser par tout moyen approprié la connaissance et le rayonnement des oeuvres de Suzanne Renaud et Bohuslav Reynek.

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Romarin, a non-profit organisation founded in Grenoble in December 1993, preserves, promotes and calls attention to the poetry and graphic work of the Czech engraver Bohuslav Reynek and Suzanne Renaud, his Grenoble wife.