Jean Marembert  

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Jean Marembert (1904-1968) was a French artist who is connected to such people as Louis Cattiaux, Jean Crotti, Suzanne Valadon, Kees Van Dongen, Paul Colin, Moise Kisling, Man Ray, Leonor Fini and Labisse. He exhibited at the Salon des Indépendants and the Salon des Tuileries. His biography can be found in the 2004 book on figurative painting, Modern Figurative Paintings: The Paris Connection.

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Il fonde un groupe avec Louis Cattiaux, Étienne Béothy, Pierre Ino et René Paresce. Ensemble, ils publient le manifeste transhyliste.

Il expose au salon des indépendants en 1929 et au salon des Tuileries en 1939.

Il a aussi illustré le livre de Pétrus Borel, Champavert – Les contes immoraux et les poèmes de Marc Fernand

Son œuvre est présentée au musée d'art moderne de la ville de Paris.

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