Alexander Sacha Poutov, ‘Winged creature’, 1987, Noé Noé
Alexander Sacha Poutov, ‘Winged creature’, 1987, Noé Noé
Alexander Sacha Poutov, ‘Winged creature’, 1987, Noé Noé
Alexander Sacha Poutov, ‘Winged creature’, 1987, Noé Noé
Alexander Sacha Poutov, ‘Winged creature’, 1987, Noé Noé

Architect, painter and sculptor, this Russian born artist is a talented representative of expressionism at the end of the 20th century. Bright colors, a lively style rich in vibrant material and a mastery of the line create emotion, in the manner of Edward Munch, his master. A graduate of architecture in Moscow in 1969, he emigrated to Israel in 1973, where he obtained nationality. He landed in France in 1986 and is a member of the famous Art-Cloche (Tramp-Art) movement, a squat in the rue d'Arcueil in Paris. Serge Gainsbourg and Coluche, art collectors, buy his paintings and master Cornette de Saint-Cyr, talented discoverer and expert in new talents, is interested in this bohemian artist. His paintings, painted on all forms of support, due to poverty, are present in many renowned galleries and private collections in Europe, but especially in North America and Israel, his second homeland.

Signature: Signed on the lower right and dated on the back 1987.

Image rights: Noé-Noé

About Alexander Sacha Poutov

Israeli, 1940-2008, Russia, based in France