Hélène de Beauvoir, sister of the philosopher Simone de Beauvoir, was a painter engaged in feminist and social issues. Since December 3, for the demonstration Artists in the Park, 15 of his unpublished works will be visible in some municipalities of the Park of Monte Marcello.
The Gulf of Poets and its hinterland has been an inspiration not only in the literature of all time, but also to other forms of artistic expression and great international artists.
One of these is Hélène de Beauvoir , an important French artist who has exhibited in some of the most important international museums. Nature lover, who paints with strong and vibrant colors of lagoons, forests, plants, animals and human bodies, was strongly inspired by his stays in Trebiano, with their husband engaged in Milan in diplomatic roles. In the wonderful village of the Val di Magra he lived not as a simple tourist but trying to be part of the community. In the works composed during this period, you may recognize the promontory Caprione and the typical vegetation of the rain shores of the Magra.
The exhibition will be inaugurated tomorrow December 3 in Bocca di Magra, in Ciccio restaurant, where rimarà until December 15th. Then it’s up Arcola (checonferì the painter honorary citizenship in 1984) Bolano, Calice al Cornoviglio, Lerici and Sixth Godano, municipalities located within the Montemarcello Park.