Inauguration of the exhibition “Germaine Lacaze” by Daniel Chevalier, Mayor of Villeneuve-le-Comte, at the town hall of Villeneuve-le-Comte in Seine-et-Marne (2007)
Corridor of the Samson floor of the Comédie-Française where the paintings have been hanging since 2011 :
“Harpagon, portrait of Georges Chamarat, member of the Comédie-Française”
“La duègne, portrait of Denise Gence, member of the Comédie-Française”
Canvas of “July 14 in Villeneuve-le-Comte” hanging in the municipal council chamber of Villeneuve-le-Comte (2015)
Plaque placed in 2015 on the house in the village of Villeneuve-le-Comte where Germaine Lacaze painted from 1937 until the end of her life.
Germaine Lacaze “In the studio of the Séeberger brothers” [Exhibition at the Château de Maisons in Maisons-Laffitte from May 29 to October 11, 2021]
At the Galerie des Beaux-Arts in Bordeaux, presentation of the 20th century collections, including Germaine Lacaze’s “Portrait of the artist’s mother”.
In a city where it has long been regretted that modern art does not find its place between the Musée des Beaux-Arts and the Musée d’Art Contemporain, this exhibition finally allows us to shorten the history between the innovations of the beginning of the century and the 1950s and 60s.
A room devoted to figurative art features works by Valloton, Picasso, Dufy and Kokoschaka; an abstract room focuses on Gardair and Bissière, other painters from the region, as well as lesser-known names such as Germaine Lacaze and Roger Lambet Loubère, and more recent works such as those by Alenchinsky.
Valérie DE SAINT-DO – Sud-Ouest – 31 July 1998
Exhibition « Germaine Lacaze » at the town hall of Villeneuve-le-Comte : around ten oil paintings are exhibited on the Mayor’s and his town council initiative in the townhall
Tribute to Germaine Lacaze at the château de Ferrières during the 3rd exhibition of the Communauté de Communes La Brie Boisée, grouping together the communes of Favières, Ferrières-en-Brie, Pontcarré, Villeneuve-le-Comte and Villeneuve-Saint-Denis, presided by Mireille Munch, mayor of Ferrières-en-Brie.
Publication of the “Dictionnaire de l’Union des Femmes Peintres et Sculpteurs – Répertoire des artistes et liste de leurs œuvres 1882 – 1965”, published by Editions l’Echelle de Jacob with the list of works exhibited at the eponymous Salon by Germaine Lacaze from 1947 to 1962.
Donation in October of the portrait of Denise Gence as a duègne to the Comédie Française following the death of the actress on 28 September 2011, by Paulette Le Bitoux, née Lacaze, first cousin of the artist.
The portraits “La duègne, portrait de Denise Gence, sociétaire de la Comédie Française” and “Harpagon, portrait de Georges Chamarat, sociétaire de la Comédie Française” are on display on the Samson floor of the Comédie Française in Paris.
Donation of the painting “14 July in Villeneuve-le-Comte” to the Town Hall of Villeneuve-le-Comte by Paulette Le Bitoux, née Lacaze, first cousin of the artist.
Creation of an article “Germaine Lacaze” in the free encyclopedia Wikipedia.
A commemorative plaque was placed on the house in Villeneuve-le-Comte (Seine-et-Marne) where Germaine Lacaze’s studio was located on 16 May, under the chairmanship of Daniel Chevalier, mayor of Villeneuve-le-Comte, and his municipal council, in the presence of the artist’s family and friends
Exhibition of a photograph taken by Jean Séeberger in 1933 of Germaine Lacaze painting his portrait at the exhibition “Dans le studio des frères Séeberger” organised by the Centre des Monuments Nationaux at the Château de Maisons in Maisons-Laffitte (from 29 May 2021 to 11 October 2021).