Camille Clovis Trouille was born October 24, 1889 in La Fère, France, and died September 24, 1975 in Paris, France. One of the lost Surrealists, Trouille has become not much more than a footnote in history. For Trouille, joining the Surrealist movement was purely for exposure, and he rarely participated in Surrealist events. Trouille’s art works are an incredible insight into the world he perceived around him, of the beauty and corruption.
NB: The Artist’s Timeline is an overview of selected art works which have been chosen as an introduction to an artist.
Rachael ‘Gracie’ Carver moved to Norwich from Staffordshire, via Essex. She studied Design for Publishing at the Norwich School of Art and Design, and graduated with a First-class degree (with a principal's commendation) having completed a dissertation on the art and artefacts of Pompeii. She is currently Head of Design at a craft company based in Leicester. She has a significant interest in popular culture and you can find more of her writings on her blogs: Vermilion Goldfish Art Blog, Inked on Culture and The Inked Crafter. In short, she is a Music Obsessive, Ink Addicted, Crafter, Designer, WWE Nerd, with a wonderful husband and son, and three cats: one who is grumpy, one who is stupid, and one who is cuddly and secretly the family favourite.
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