Realistic Paintings By Turkish Painter Hasan Saygin
Hasan Saygin was born in Karamanli, Turkey. After completing his studies at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Istanbul, he came to France in 1982 and devoted himself to his painting ever since. He presented his works in the Paris Salon Automne, Artistes Français, Comparaisons -Fall, French Artists, Comparisons. He also received numerous awards and medals – Deauville en 89 – Prix Jacques Catinat à Chatou – Médaille de la Ville de Paris en 1990 – Prix du Conseil Général des Yvelines en 1991-Formes et couleurs 91 à Washington.
Hasan SAYGIN, one of the few Turkish painters who are known by important collectors in France, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland and USA and whose tables are bought at high prices, Istanbul Tatbiki Fine Arts High After studying at the school, he moved to Paris in 1982. Hasan Saygin who is still working in his home at his home near Paris is born in 1958 Karamanlı-Burdur and is married and has two children.
Hasan Saygın’s own interpretation and style of his paintings can be easily understood by everyone. This interpretation and style draws attention immediately in the paintings of Renaissance painters who have made their quotations with respect to them.
Saygın’s works until 1997 were published by famous French art critics Alain Coudert, Marc Herisse and Christian Germak It was turned into a book and 2,000 copies were published in 1997.
Hasan Saygın, who has worked with well-known galleries such as GALERIE 26 in Place des Vorges in Paris and GALERIE VENDOME in Rue de la Paix in Paris for many years since 1983, mixed exhibition. The tables are mentioned together with the above names in Hasan Saygin’s name, which is exhibited together with the works of famous contemporary French painters such as BUFFET, VIDALENS, HILAIRE, WEISSBUCH, BABOULENE, AMBILLE and BARDONE, some of which are not alive today.
Saygın’s 50-page chart was exhibited at DRAGUIGNAN in the south of France at the end of 2006 and was visited by about 1,500 people.
Il reçut par ailleurs de nombreux prix et médailles (Deauville en 89 – Prix Jacques Catinat à Chatou – Médaille de la Ville de Paris en 1990 – Prix du Conseil Général des Yvelines en 1991-Formes et couleurs 91 à Washington – etc…) Les natures mortes d’Hasan Saygin sont les pièces de méditation d’un artiste peintre qui, faisant fi de tout discours justificateur, ne s’exprime que les pinceaux à la main. Dans la solitude de son atelier normand, cet humaniste instinctif poursuit de discrètes recherches qui l’entraînent avec d’autant plus de force vers l’eurythmique que notre monde ne l’est pas.
HASAN SAYGIN (1958, Karamanlı-Burdur)