Helene de Beauvoir


Hélène de Beauvoir is the sister of the writer Simone de Beauvoir. Since 1936, she has exhibited in Paris, Florence, Venice, Milan, Frankfurt, Tokyo and Hamburg. She featured in the Paris Salon de Mai in 1960. Her Cubist-influenced paintings on a variety of themes are decorative in character.

Source: Benezit, Dictionary of Artists


Uffizi, Florence

Museum of Modern Art, Paris

Museum of Modern Art, Pittsburgh


2010 100th Birthday of Hammer Gallery, Regensburg

Gallery II Quadro, Aachen

Exhibition in Garden Room of French-German Cultural Institute, Aachen

2009 Frankfurt Kunstkabinett Hanna Bekker vom Rath, Frankfurt

2008 French Institute, Berlin

2007 City Gallery of Erlangen

2006 Large retrospectice at DEZ Regensburg, opened by the French Consul General, Jean-Claude Schlumberge

2005 Galeria de Exposições ,Livraria, Aveiro, Portugal & Hugendubel, Munich

1994 French Institute, Munich

1986 Ministry of Women, Paris

Stanford University, San Francisco

1982 La Passerelle Galerie, Paris

1976 Musée d’Art Moderne, Lausanne

1975 Ward Nasse Gallery,New York

Retrospectice at Palais de la Culture de Brest

1974 Ward Nasse Gallery, New York.

Galerie Montjoie, Bruxelles

1972 Salon Ward Nasse Gallery, New York

1971 Salon Ward Nasse Gallery, Boston

1970 HERMÈS Studio, Rome

Mantéshi Gallery, Tokyo

1967 La Haye Galerie

Galarie Kieffer, Paris

Galerie Tandwerlin, Strasbourg

1957 Galerie Synthèse, Paris,

1957 Galleria del Millione, Milan

Galeria de Cavallino, Venice

1955 Millione Greuze, Italy, Paris, Turin

1936 First exhibition at Galerie Bonjean rue d’Argenson, Paris


(Source: www.helenedebeauvoir.com)