Gilbert Prouteau

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Olympic medal record
Art competitions
Bronze medal – third place 1948 London Lyric works

Gilbert Prouteau (14 June 1917 – 2 August 2012)[1] was a French poet and film director.He was born in Nesmy, Vendée.In 1948 he won a bronze medal in the art competitions of the Olympic Games for his "Rythme du Stade" ("Rhythm of the Stadium").At the beginning of the 1990s, he was, with Jean-Pierre Thiollet, one of the renowned writers of the French magazine, L'Amateur d'Art.

Bibliography (partial)

  • Rythme du Stade, 1942 (poems)
  • Le Sexe des Anges, 1952
  • Tout est dans la fin, 1971
  • Le Dernier Défi de Georges Clemenceau, 1979
  • La Nuit de l'île d'Aix ou le Crépuscule d'un dieu, 1985
  • Gilles de Rais ou la Gueule du loup, Editions du Rocher, 1992
  • Je te dis qu’il faut vivre, 1998
  • Monsieur l'instituteur, 2000
  • Les Soleils de minuit, 2003
  • Rabelais en Vendée, 2004
  • Les Orgues d’Hélène (poems), 2007
  • Le Roman de la Vendée, 2010

Filmography

External links

  • Profile
  • Gilbert Prouteau on IMDb

References

  1. ^ "L'écrivain Gilbert Prouteau est mort ce jeudi à l'âge de 95 ans" (in French). ouest france.fr. 2012-08-02. Retrieved 2012-08-04.
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