Trameau, born in Paris Dec. 4, 1897, was one of the tenants of the movement known as “les artiste musicalistes” which explored the interconnection between art and music.  Painting was the transcription of music to canvas, a visual expression inspired by an auditory impression.

 

Trameau was an early 20th century futurist, but it was not until 1932 that he took his place at the Salon Rue Royale in Paris, the first salon organized for artistes musicalistes by Henri Valensi.  Though not a strict tenant of these theories, Trameau nonetheless produced a body of architectural abstract work inspired in part by the rhythms of musical passages.

 

Earlier in 1920, he exhibited at the Salon des Independants a body of figurative work.  He also explored expression in sculpture and ceramics.  After WWI, he renewed his interest in the abstraction movement, showing at the Salon des Realites Nouvelles, Comparaisons, Galerie Mai, etc. and a number of his works entered private collections.  His later works exhibited a new form of figurative abstraction which was deemed very significant.

 

Spanning an important period in 20th century art, his work is sought after by collectors.

Raymond Trameau

Trameau, born in Paris Dec. 4, 1897, was one of the tenants of the movement known as “les artiste musicalistes” which explored the interconnection between art and music.  Painting was the transcription of music to canvas, a visual expression inspired by an auditory impression.

Trameau was an early 20th century futurist, but it was not until 1932 that he took his place at the Salon Rue Royale in Paris, the first salon organized for artistes musicalistes by Henri Valensi.  Though not a strict tenant of these theories, Trameau nonetheless produced a body of architectural abstract work inspired in part by the rhythms of musical passages.

Earlier in 1920, he exhibited at the Salon des Independants a body of figurative work.  He also explored expression in sculpture and ceramics.  After WWI, he renewed his interest in the abstraction movement, showing at the Salon des Realites Nouvelles, Comparaisons, Galerie Mai, etc. and a number of his works entered private collections.  His later works exhibited a new form of figurative abstraction which was deemed very significant.

Spanning an important period in 20th century art, his work is sought after by collectors.

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