Learn about Fiedler's life and art through a variety of print, audio, and motion picture archives
Fresh off the presses is the new book "Fiedler" by Kalman Maklary Fine Arts of Budapest, long time champions of mid century non-figurative Parisian art. Following their riveting two part publication of Simon Hantai's works, Maklary has once again produced an homage to the artist that is both alluring and understated. The layout allows the art to do the talking, leaving the beautifully written prose to simply reflect what the mind's eye already recognizes intuitively.
These are Fiedler's more "shocking" early works - "shocking" in their bold colors and intricate details as opposed to the calmness, the serenity, the subtlety of his later works.
Republished courtesy of Kalman Maklary Fine Arts
Published on Dec 9, 2014
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Member: S.N.A.(Syndicat National des Antiquaires Négociants en Objets d'Art Tableaux anciens et modernes de France);
Chambre Royale Des Antiquaires et Des Negociants En Oeuvres d'Art de Belgique
Exhibitor: TEFAF - Maastricht, Biennale des Antiquaires, Art Paris, BRAFA, Salon du Collectionneur, Art Cologne
Art Collectors' Night - 2012. Part one gives an overview about the event, part two contains an interview with Kálmán Makláry:
Francois Fiedler opening reception in Kálmán Makláry Fine Arts, Budapest, 2013 november:
|KMFA| Fiedler - Aranymetszés, 2014 december:
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