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Emerich Meerson Art Gallery - Emerich Meerson Artworks

Emerich Meerson Art Gallery - Emerich Meerson Artworks

"Emerich Meerson , a French painter born in Germany, spent his childhood in Bulgaria during the Second World War. He lives and works in Paris. He designed watches and jewellery collections under his own name, as well as for the most celebrated jewellers , such as Tiffany's, Elsa Perretti , Mikimoto, Van Cleef & Arpels. Recognised as one of the most"




 

reordering
On Route 001
"Vision in dream "
STRUCTURE-2016-009
"Déstucturation "
"Vois beyond "
"Brut"
soon new season
"structure" 2016-007
'Appeasement'
'Before the Light'
"Naissance "
2016-003 structure
'Hope'
'Call'
'Before' 2016-002
Feel at Quiet
Call-2015
2015-012 structure
2015-014 vision
Opposition 2015-001
my street in winter 2010-01-03
Presence-002
2015-010 vision
Partition
The wait
Passage
materials, empty, and beyond
I see-001
2015-004 structure
Vision 2015-008
2015-007 vision
SPIRIT AMOUNTS AME SUIT
Presence 002
waiting
upper and lower worlds
structure
2015-001 sensation
structure 004
Revelation



Emerich Meerson, a French painter born in Germany, spent his
childhood in Bulgaria during the Second World War.

He designed watches and jewellery collections under his own name,
as well as for the most celebrated jewellers, such as Tiffany's, Elsa
Perretti, Mikimoto, Van Cleef & Arpels.

Recognised as one of the most talented designers of his generation,
he continues to design and paint. The result today is an
extraordinary body of work.

He has been exhibiting for only about twelve years, first in
private surroundings, then in individual or group shows.


* * * *

It's hard to classify Emerich Meerson in a particular school or
trend, because of his abundant creativity and his constant pursuit
of plastic expression. His Individuality is strong and recognisable
in all his work, which is, first and always, full of emotion.
To look at one of his drawings, one of his paintings, one of his
sculptures, always inspires questions, feelings, and reflection.

Emmerich Meerson's work is never demonstrative; it's evocative.
That's because the artist -- inspired by childhood, the family,
love, faith -- always looks for the truth hidden behind the visible world.

Sometimes profusely, sometimes sparsely, he transmutes the vibrations
of the material, the coexistence of order and disorder, the movement
toward becoming rather than an image stuck in the present. His work
is rich and enriching.

"(....) a kind of dreamy goodliness which transforms (his) violence
into meditative energy and movement....

Having been a watch designer has surely given him the taste for dense
mechanisms, where the combined elements come together in the interior
of compact forms, resulting in the ability (or the predisposition) to
compose signs of space-time.

The formats can vary; that changes nothing in this ability to
accumulate miniature calligraphies which his brush applies to paper
that has been treated with India ink. The rhyhms breathe,
imitating a version of nature that has been reorganised by
Emmerich Meerson.
This is definitely concrete "abstraction". Each vision corresponds
to a response from the outside to the inside, from the heart of man
to the soul of the world. (....)
Everything here is contained in the gesture, the writing, and the
silence. Curling, dancing, shapes, territories, stained glass, a
labyrinth-tree rising and extending to the surface, behind which I
invite you to look at the shivering rainbow of nights-days-water
and fire."

Pascal Payen-Appenzeller
Writer, poet, historian

[Biography - Emerich Meerson - 8Ko]


Emerich Meerson, a French painter born in Germany, spent his childhood 
in Bulgaria during the Second World War. He lives and works in Paris.
He designed watches and jewellery collections under his own name,
as well as for the most celebrated
jewellers, such as Tiffany's, Elsa Perretti,
Mikimoto, Van Cleef & Arpels.
Recognised as one of the most talented designers of his generation,
he continues to design and paint.  The result today is an
extraordinary body of work.
He has been exhibiting for only about twelve years, first in private surroundings, then in individual or group shows.
It's hard to classify Emerich Meerson in a particular school or trend, because of his abundant creativity and his constant pursuit
of plastic expression.  His Individuality is strong and recognisable in all his work, which is, first and always, full of emotion.
To look at one of his drawings, one of his paintings, one of his sculptures, always inspires questions, feelings, and reflection.
It's hard to classify Emerich Meerson in a particular school or trend, because of his abundant creativity and his constant pursuit of  plastic expression. 

His Individuality is strong and recognisable
in  all his work, which is, first and always, full of emotion.
To look at one of his drawings, one of his paintings, one of his
sculptures, always inspires questions, feelings, and reflection.
Emerich Meerson's work is never demonstrative; it's evocative.
That's because the artist inspired by childhood, the family,
love, faith always looks for the truth hidden behind the visible
world.
Sometimes profusely, sometimes sparsely, he transmutes the vibrations
of the material, the coexistence of order and disorder, the movement
toward becoming rather than an image stuck in the present. 
His work is rich and enriching.
 
 
"(....) a kind of dreamy goodliness which transforms (his) violence
 into meditative energy and movement....
 
 Having been a watch designer has surely given him the taste for
 dense mechanisms, where the combined elements come together in the
 interior of compact forms, resulting in the ability (or the predisposition)
 to compose signs of space-time.
 
 The formats can vary; that changes nothing in this ability to
 accumulate miniature calligraphies which his brush applies to paper
 that has been treated with India ink.  The rhythms breathe, imitating
 a version of nature that has been reorganised by Emerich Meerson.
 
 This is definitely concrete "abstraction".  Each vision corresponds
 to a response from the outside to the inside, from the heart of man
 to the soul of the world.  (....)
 
 Everything here is contained in the gesture, the writing, and the
 silence.  Curling, dancing, shapes, territories, stained glass, a
 labyrinth-tree rising and extending to the surface, behind which I
 invite you to look at the  shivering rainbow of nights-days-water
 and fire."
                             Pascal Payen-Appenzeller
                            Writer, poet, historian
[Biography - Emerich Meerson - 9Ko]


  - Emerich Meerson est né à Berlin en Allemagne. Sa famille quitte très tôt ce pays pour s'installer en Bulgarie, pays d'origine du père. Emerich Meerson y passera les années de son enfance et de sa prime adolescence. Préservé grâce au courage du peuple bulgare, de toute persécution nazie, il vivra dans ce pays des moments riches en émotions. Il en ga...
[Biography - Emerich Meerson - 3Ko - 2015]


  - Il est difficile de classer Emerich Meerson par rapport à une école ou par rapport à une tendance, tant sa créativité et foisonnante et sa recherche dans l'art de l'expression plastique est constante. Et pourtant son empreinte est forte et reconnaissable dans toutes ses œuvres L'oeuvre de Emerich Meerson est avant tout une oeuvre d'émotion. Regarde...
[Biography - Emerich Meerson - 3Ko - 2013]


  - Emerich Meerson ou le mouvement vers le devenir.
ou par rapport à une tendance, tant sa créativité et foisonnante et sa recherche dans l'art de l'expression plastique est constante. Et pourtant son empreinte est forte et reconnaissable dans toutes ses œuvres Oeuvre de Emerich Meerson est avant tout...
[Page - Emerich Meerson - 2Ko - 2004]



Emerich Meerson's Guestbook

great
i can look on this gallery forever...
(Barbara, 28 June 2016)
HIgh praise
High praise to you on this piece. Glorious.
(Al, 20 January 2016)
Epic
This is epic work! I love it.
(Anna, 6 January 2016)
Great color combo
I love the color combo you have picked. Looks stunning together. Keep up the great work.
(Eva T., 11 November 2015)
Wow
I am very pleased for you with how this turned out. I love the way you did your work.
(Honor R., 6 October 2015)




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