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Georges Pierre Guinegault (1893 – 1952) – Reclining nude


oil on canvas – 1950 ca.
50 cm x 100 cm without frame
62 cm x 112 cm with frame

Signed lower center, original white lacquered frame.

Georges-Pierre Guinegault

Georges Guinegault, born in Rennes on March 27, 1893 and died in Dinard on July 26, 1983

In June 1913, a student at the School of Fine Arts in Rennes, he won a prize in the general competition for decorative composition, “Bacon de Fenêtre”, organized by the Secretariat of State for Fine Arts at the National School of Fine Arts in Paris.

This painter and engraver was later a pupil of Eugène Delâtre at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. To start his career, Guinegault resided in Montparnasse where he rented a villa at 7 rue Jules Chaplain. In 1933, his studio was located on rue Dieulafoy in Paris.

He paints landscapes of Paris, the Manche department, in particular The Hague, Brittany (Quiberon, Saint-Malo …), the Riviera (Saint-Tropez), the Pyrenees, the Beauce, the Basque Country (1948) as well as orientalist scenes during his stay in Morocco (Marrakech, Meknes …). His Moroccan works are now particularly sought after.

He also paints portraits and especially many nudes.

He also practices engraving, at least from 1925 to 1931. La Galerie Lutetia, in New York and rue Notre-Dame-des-Victoires in Paris, publishes three of his etchings: Rue à Ciboure, Ancien cloître à Ciboure and Sul confine Spanish.


Salon des Jeunes, National School of Fine Arts in Paris, 1919 (with Bourdelle, Domergue, Oudot, Savin).
Salon des Indépendants, Paris, March 1921.
From 1921 to 1935 Guinegault exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Français, of which he is a member.
Salon of the French School, Grand-Palais, Paris, 1921.
Salon of the French School, Grand-Palais, Paris, 1922.
Exhibition of applied arts, Rennes, April 1922.
Salon de la Société Coloniale, 1935. Guinegault was also a member of the Coloniale.
One Hundred Years of Mountain Painting, Paris, 1998. Guinebault is a member of the Society of Mountain Painters (1898).


Exhibition at the Galerie Simonson, rue Caumartin in Paris, March 1924.
Exhibition at the Galerie Marsan, rue des Pyramides in Paris, May-June 1927.
Exhibition at Studio Scribe, rue Scribe in Paris, March-April 1928.
Guinegault exhibition at the Becquemin-Roupsart Gallery, rue Tour-Carrée, Cherbourg, June 1933.
Guinegault exhibition entitled “Morocco, Sea, Mountain” at the Galerie Bissonnier, 29 avenue Bosquet in Paris, June-July 1935.