Jeanne Tripier

1869 - 1944 Parijs, France

Jeanne Tripier 
Schilderij Mediumnique, 1937 |Painting Mediumnique, 1937
Inkt en vernis op papier | Ink and varnish on paper
27 x 21 cm
Jeanne Tripier Schilderij Mediumnique, 1937 |Painting Mediumnique, 1937 Inkt en vernis op papier | Ink and varnish on paper 27 x 21 cm
Jeanne Tripier, Outsider Art Museum Jeanne Tripier
Schilderij Mediumnique, 1937 |Painting Mediumnique, 1937
Inkt op papier | Ink on paper
27 x 21 cm
Jeanne Tripier, Outsider Art Museum Jeanne Tripier Schilderij Mediumnique, 1937 |Painting Mediumnique, 1937 Inkt op papier | Ink on paper 27 x 21 cm
Jeanne Tripier, Outsider Art Museum Jeanne Tripier 
Venus en haar goddelijke astrologische tak, 1937 | Venus and her divine astrological branch, 1937
Inkt op papier | Ink on paper
31 x 21 cm
Jeanne Tripier, Outsider Art Museum Jeanne Tripier Venus en haar goddelijke astrologische tak, 1937 | Venus and her divine astrological branch, 1937 Inkt op papier | Ink on paper 31 x 21 cm
Jeanne Tripier, Outsider Art Museum Jeanne Tripier 
Schilderij Mediumnique, 1937 |Painting Mediumnique, 1937
Inkt en vernis op papier | Ink and varnish on paper
27 x 21 cm
Jeanne Tripier, Outsider Art Museum Jeanne Tripier Schilderij Mediumnique, 1937 |Painting Mediumnique, 1937 Inkt en vernis op papier | Ink and varnish on paper 27 x 21 cm
Jeanne Tripier, Outsider Art Museum Jeanne Tripier 
Zonder titel, 1935-39 | Untitled , 1935-39
Katoenen borduurgaren | Cotton embroidery thread
22 x 31 cm
Jeanne Tripier, Outsider Art Museum Jeanne Tripier Zonder titel, 1935-39 | Untitled , 1935-39 Katoenen borduurgaren | Cotton embroidery thread 22 x 31 cm

Jeanne Tripier lives in the district of Montmartre, working as a saleswoman in a department store. At the age of fifty-eight she becomes fascinated with...

Jeanne Tripier lives in the district of Montmartre, working as a saleswoman in a department store. At the age of fifty-eight she becomes fascinated with the doctrines of spiritualism and begins to produce drawings, embroideries, and works in crochet. Also writing texts, she regards all her creations as mediumistic revelations. In 1934, she is interned in the psychiatric hospital of Maison-Blanche, where she continues her creative work. Frequently inserting little drawings in black, violet, or blue ink into her texts, she might also add dyes, nail varnish, or sugar.

Jean Dubuffet never met Jeanne Tripier, who after her death was found to have left behind an extensive body of work: 300 drawings, 50 pieces of embroidery and 2,000 written texts. Dr Beaudouin gave a bag containing her works to Jean Dubuffet.