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Category:Jean Carzou

English: Jean Carzou ( 1907, Aleppo – August 12, 2000 Marsac-sur-l'Isle, Dordogne, France), born Garnik Zouloumian, was a French-Armenian artist. Jean arrived in Paris in 1924 to study architecture. He started working as a theater decorator but he then quickly realized he preferred drawing and painting. In 1938, more than a hundred exhibitions of his works were organized in Paris, in the French provinces and abroad. In 1949, he received the coveted Hallmark prize.
Français : Jean Carzou, de son vrai nom Garnik Zouloumian est un peintre, graveur et décorateur français d'origine arménienne, né à Moligt, près d'Alep (Syrie) le 1 janvier 1907 et mort à Périgueux (Dordogne) le 12 août 2000.

Jean Carzou 
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French painter
Date of birth 1 January 1907
Date of death 12 August 2000
  • painter
  • lithographer
  • printmaker
  • theatre designer
Award received
  • Officer of the Legion of Honour
  • Commander of the National Order of Merit
  • Commandeur des Arts et des Lettres‎
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