• Artist : Maryse Casol
• Sennelier Oil on Cotton Canvas with linden wood frame
• Canvas : Bambino Gianfrancesco
• 20" x 40" - 51 cm x 102 cm
• Signed Casol at the bottom right
• Made in Canada
• Studio photo of the artwork : Daniel Charpentier
• Studio photo of the Carré Casol : Noriko Emen and Mickaël Casol
• Video of the Event at Time : Adam Thompson + Jennifer Daoust
• Photos of the Event at Time : Jonathan Abenhaim
• Photo at the Opéra de Montréal : Laurence Chagnon
Life, nature and health has always been a passion for Maryse Casol. In Quebec, there is a short moment in time, usually from October 1st to October 15, when the temperature rises back up, the sun shines, and all the trees turn from green, to red, yellow and orange, truly amazing and beautiful. People are happy, and there is a sense of excitement in the air! People want to celebrate, and discover the nature. Voyagers from around the world come during that time, just to witness, l'Été Indien!
Painted by Maryse Casol in 2003, using Sennelier oil made in Paris, France at 3 Quai Voltaire facing the Louvre (painting of choice by the greatest artists since 1887, such as Degas, Cézanne and Picasso) , on a custom cotton canvas, mounted on a frame in linden wood made by Bambino Gianfrancesco, owner of Les Cadres et Moulures Majestic, one of the best Italian artisans in the world.
Graduate from the Istituto Tecnico Settore Tecnologico school in Campobasso, Mr. Bambino was also a Track and Field Champion in Europe in the 1960s before coming to Canada!
On November 10, 2018, Maryse Casol wore the Été Indien silk scarf at the Opéra de Montreal, for the première of Das Rheingold.
In November 2013, the Google office in Paris contacted Maryse Casol to invite her to be part of their new Google Open Gallery, an online destination, where art fans can discover and see the works by famous artists with a new powerful zoom technology. A month later, the Été Indien painting by Maryse Casol was featured at the Google Open Gallery, now known as the Google Arts and Culture Institute.
On May 22, 2009, the Casol silk scarf Été Indien is part of the launch party at the famous Time Supper Club in Montreal, Canada, with a photoshoot and film making of the campaign Je Suis Une Fauve, a fashion show of the Carré Casol, a Samba dance extravaganza, and party with house music and R&B, vodka and chocolate cake!
In February 2008, Été Indien is printed, part of the Casol square silk scarf collection made in Lyon, France by Bianchini-Férier, also known as Brochier Soieries, the silk leading firm around the world since 1890. Bianchini were the first ones to work with famous artists such as Dufy, Picasso and Klimt on silk scarf collections. Soon after the launch, the Carré Casol was offered for sale for you at the new boutique on marysecasol.com, and exhibited at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts boutique in August, 2008. Thank you to your support, le Carré Casol has been bought worldwide, from Los Angeles to Tokyo!
To promote the scarves, Mickael Casol, and his soon to be wife Noriko Emen, then traveled to New York City in March to have interviews with the media, and to the different art events of the moment (The Armory Show, Christies, Sothebys, Phillips), but also to Paris and Monaco to meet with buyers, and to the UAE for meetings in Abu Dhabi, and to host a conference at the Esmod French Fashion University in Dubai.
In December 2004, Maryse Casol teamed up with her son Mickaël Casol, to organize a solo show in Côte des Neiges at a Sidev Building near HEC Montreal. The exhibition was a success, with all the community being present, including friends and family, but also top business executives, lawyers, doctors, athletes, professors and the National TV. Your Été Indien painting was part of the show!
2003 was an amazing year! Maryse Casol completed her studies in arts in December at l'Académie des Arts et Beaux-Arts de Varennes, published her first book for $12,000 with texts written by Sam Aberg for les Éditions Renaissance, had built a collection of over 15 paintings, and showed some of them at 3 exhibitions at the Novotel Hotel, Marriott Chateau Champlain Hotel and the Mount Stephen Club in Canada. It is also the year that her son, Mickaël Casol, started the HEC Montreal business school in September.
Famous for Giving You Summer All Year Around! Maryse Casol liberates you in a constant Joie de Vivre, with vibrant colours, exotic landscapes, blazing still lives and neo-abstract paintings, inspired from the generous sun of the South of France, numerous journeys around the world, and the different cultures of it's people.
On a second, and deeper level, experience freedom with Maryse Casol by discovering the theory of fine arts, conjugated with concepts of philosophy such as life, wisdom and transcendence.
Enjoy pure spaces, simplicity of the form, greatness of the colour, and iconography, offering you moments of joy and peace, perfect to create modernity and a warm boldness, in your home, office or museum!
Born in Libourne, France in 1957, of Italian father and French mother, Maryse Casol always wanted to discover the world, which she did and came back with treasures, art that will be given from our children, to their children, in a tradition that was embraced many centuries ago.
May 22, 2009
On the Friday May 22, 2009, Maryse Casol launched her new collection of women silk scarves at the Time Supper Club in Montreal, Canada, with a photoshoot and film making of the campaign Je Suis Une Fauve, a fashion show of the Carré Casol, a Samba dance extravaganza, and party with house music and R&B, vodka and chocolate cake!
Made at Brochier Soieries in Lyon, France using the Maryse Casol paintings Melodia Gitana, Hiver à Paris, Fado Romantique and Été Indien, the scarves came to life thank you to models Michèle Lafricain, Gabriela, Cynthia Desrochers and Tamara Singer.