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The Petit Palais likes unclassifiable artists. For this new exhibition season, place in André Devambez, a humorous illustrator from the beginning of the 20th century, with an unlimited imagination. The French painter and illustrator was a lover of transport means.

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of the endless ideas

because the illustrator had many ideas, like the Direblobus, a bus transformed into airship. An invention that came out of the stuffing spirit of Devambez and lying on paper that could be useful to us. "He invents new means of transport, including the Direblobus, which will make it possible to fly over the Place de l'Opéra, cluttered by traffic jams," explains Annick Lemoine, the director of the Petit Palais, who claims to have loved working on this illustrator.

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Despite Centenary works, Dévambez keeps a resolutely modern style and even recalls the world of manga, as on this board representing metro users. On the drawing, visitors will be able to observe a hundred small characters, with all different expressions.

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"The peak hour in the" André Devambez metro, © Paris Museums / Museum Carnavalet - History of Paris

"It is modernity that fascinates him"

"Devambez is An tireless observer and he likes to paint the crowd. He has a taste for the teeming crowd, the little characters. And again, it is the testimony of this modern life. The metro is modernity that fascinates him and that 'He will take as a subject, which is completely original, "explains Annick Lemoine at the microphone of Europe 1.

Other jokes await the visitor as drawings on dishes, youth illustrations or tables of the waist with one hand. An exhibition in partnership with Europe 1, to be found at Petit Palais , from September 9 to December 31, 2022.

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