LE NANTEC

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LE NANTEC Elettra, 2021 Bronze (25 cm)

Elettra


Bronze
25 cm
Edition of 45

LE NANTEC La Cosaque, 2021 Bronze (22 cm)

La Cosaque


Bronze
22 cm
Edition of 45

Jacques le Nantec Sphinx | Nu féminin Bronze gold | Artiste Galerie Mickaël Marciano Art Place des Vosges

Sphinx


Bronze
H 36 cm
Edition of EA I/XII

LE NANTEC Gladys Bronze (43 x 20 x 26 cm)

Gladys


Bronze
43 x 20 x 26 cm
Edition of 45

Agape II | Jacques Le Nantec Artist | sculpture bronze femme | Galerie Mickael Marciano Paris Place des Vosges

Agape II


Bronze
30 cm
Edition of 30

Jacques Le Nantec Brigitte | danseuse Ballerina sculptor | Artiste Galerie Mickaël Marciano Art contemporain Paris

Brigitte


Bronze
H 22 cm
Edition of 300

Jacques le Nantec Soleil | Female Nude sculpture | Artist Mickaël Marciano Art Gallery Place des Vosges

Soleil


Bronze
33 cm
Edition of 60

Jacques le Nantec Kalisha | woman erotism sculptures fantastic fantasy | Artiste Galerie Mickaël Marciano Art contemporain Paris

Kalisha


Bronze
50 cm
Edition of 30

Jacques le Nantec Sainte-Chérie | Nu féminin Bronze blindfold | Artist Mickaël Marciano Art Gallery Paris

Sainte-Chérie


Bronze
183 cm
Edition of 8

Jacques Le Nantec Marie-Bénédicte | danseuse Ballerina sculptor | Artist Mickaël Marciano Art Gallery Place des Vosges

Marie-Bénédicte


Bronze
48 cm
Edition of EA III/IV

Jacques le Nantec Cheyenne | Nu féminin Bronze bflindfold | Artiste Galerie Mickaël Marciano Art contemporain Paris

Cheyenne


Bronze
31 cm
Edition of 45

Jacques le Nantec Heidi | woman erotism sculptures | Artist Mickaël Marciano Art Gallery Paris

Heidi


Bronze
43 cm
Edition of 45

Jacques le Nantec Petit torse | Bronze homme torso | Artist Mickaël Marciano Art Gallery Paris

Petit torse


Bronze
32 cm
Edition of 99

Jacques Le Nantec La naissance d'Omphaline | Nu féminin Bronze Fantasy monumental | Artist Mickaël Marciano Art Gallery Place des Vosges

La naissance d’Omphaline


Bronze
240 cm
Edition of 8

LE NANTEC

BIOGRAPHIE

Jacques Le Nantec has been drawing since his early childhood. At thirteen, he restored a broken statuette and discovered a passion for sculpture. However, no art school yet exists in Chambéry, where his father, a soldier, has just been posted. With pottery clay, he will therefore learn sculpture on his own, in a small room on loan from the Maison des Jeunes.

In October 1957, the People and Culture gallery in Annecy exhibited his first fifteen works, including two life-size pieces. In the meantime, he takes the first diploma, as a bonus, a presentation at the Concours Général in three subjects. But, the following year, the second diploma was barely obtained: he applied for it as a free candidate and, apart from Sculpture, he no longer wanted to hear about studies.

In 1959, his father was transferred to Paris. Jacques Le Nantec can access the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts … but it is in the Architecture section (Atelier Noël Le Maresquier) that he must register, to meet his parents’ requirements. There is only one way out, for an “honorable escape”: he commits by advance call. He returned from Algeria in 1962. To live and finance his sculptures, he was in turn a decorator, cartoonist (Spirou newspaper) and wax figure modeler. Self-taught, he persists and signs, continuing to study Anatomy … That, of course, revealed by women of the present time and far removed from the “academies” of yesteryear.

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