Lars Bo (Kolding, 29 mai 1924 - Paris, 21 octobre 1999) est un peintre, graveur et écrivain danois. Il est surtout connu pour son œuvre graphique aux motifs d'inspiration parfois proches du surréalisme.

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  • Lars Bo (Kolding, 29 mai 1924 - Paris, 21 octobre 1999) est un peintre, graveur et écrivain danois. Il est surtout connu pour son œuvre graphique aux motifs d'inspiration parfois proches du surréalisme.
  • Lars Bo (29 de mayo de 1924 - el 21 de octubre de 1999) fue un artista y autor danés. Lars Bo es conocido principalmente por sus obras gráficas con motivos místicos e inspirados del surrealismo. Lars Bo dibujaba con P. Rostrup Bøyesen en el Museo Estatal de Arte en Copenhague en los años 1939 a 1940. En 1941 fue enrollado en Danmarks Designskole, y después viajaba por Europa hasta que en 1947 se mudó a París para vivir ahí hasta su muerte en 1999.Desde 1948 a 1950 trabajaba con Johnny Friedläender y Albert Flocon en París.
  • Lars Bo (* 29. Mai 1924 als Lars Bo Jørgensen in Kolding; † 21. Oktober 1999 in Paris) war ein dänischer Zeichner und Autor. Lars Bo ist besonders für grafische Werke mit vom Surrealismus inspirierten phantastischen Motiven bekannt.
  • Lars Bo (May 29, 1924 – October 21, 1999) was a Danish artist and writer. He is known for his graphic works with surrealistically inspired fantastic motifs. He was nicknamed "Wizard".Lars Bo worked with P. Rostrup Bøyesen at Statens Museum for Kunst in the period from 1939 to 1940, and he went to The Danish Design School from 1941 to 1943, after which he travelled in Europe. From 1947 until his death in 1999 he lived in Paris.From 1948 to 1950 Lars Bo worked in Johnny Friedläender and Albert Flocons graphic studio in Paris. Lars Bo wrote the novel Det vidunderlige hus i Paris (The Wonderful House in Paris).Lars Bo moved to Paris in the early 1950s to study art and printmaking techniques at the famous Atelier 17, under the directorship of Stanley William Hayter. Bo began a long and successful career as an artist of the illustrated book in 1952. Until 1996 he produced etchings and aquatints for many great illustrated books. Some of his greatest works in this field is for classic editions of Hans Christian Andersen.Lars Bo began exhibiting his individual prints and paintings in Paris in 1954. Shortly thereafter he became a leading artist for the French periodical, Le Monde. By 1960 Bo had established an international reputation (especially for his original prints) and exhibitions of his art were held in England, the United States and Japan.
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  • Lars Bo (Kolding, 29 mai 1924 - Paris, 21 octobre 1999) est un peintre, graveur et écrivain danois. Il est surtout connu pour son œuvre graphique aux motifs d'inspiration parfois proches du surréalisme.
  • Lars Bo (* 29. Mai 1924 als Lars Bo Jørgensen in Kolding; † 21. Oktober 1999 in Paris) war ein dänischer Zeichner und Autor. Lars Bo ist besonders für grafische Werke mit vom Surrealismus inspirierten phantastischen Motiven bekannt.
  • Lars Bo (29 de mayo de 1924 - el 21 de octubre de 1999) fue un artista y autor danés. Lars Bo es conocido principalmente por sus obras gráficas con motivos místicos e inspirados del surrealismo. Lars Bo dibujaba con P. Rostrup Bøyesen en el Museo Estatal de Arte en Copenhague en los años 1939 a 1940.
  • Lars Bo (May 29, 1924 – October 21, 1999) was a Danish artist and writer. He is known for his graphic works with surrealistically inspired fantastic motifs. He was nicknamed "Wizard".Lars Bo worked with P. Rostrup Bøyesen at Statens Museum for Kunst in the period from 1939 to 1940, and he went to The Danish Design School from 1941 to 1943, after which he travelled in Europe.
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