The singer Mayol
Daniel de Losques Thouroude
Print, Lithograph (numbering and / or editing: without), 59×20 cm (23,23 x7, 87 in), Signature
Best known for his posters (he created the famous Mistinguett), De Losques also practiced lithography. This shows us the famous singer Mayol with an inimitable attitude with tuft of red hair and bit of lily of the valley on the buttonhole. It is autographed by Mayol himself in blue pencil “to the right of the author Dresses Colibri”, probably Pierre Chapelle, who wrote the words of this song in 1908.
Few small spots but in very good condition.
The embroidered vest
French school 1821 Oil on canvas 64 X 55 cm, mounted by a cleat in an Empire period frame 79 X 66 cm (small accidents). A very fine restoration
Putto playing harp
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Blanche Odin 1865 – 1957 Watercolor, diameter 26 cm, mounted in its original gilded frame, a little broken, diameter 31 cm. If Redouté was
Trawlers in the harbor
Gisèle Ferrandier 1909 – 1990 Oil on canvas recto-verso 65 X 81 cm, mounted in an inverted brown and gold frame 80 X 95 cm a little rugged.
Blanche Odin 1865 – 1957 Watercolor, diameter 26 cm, mounted in its original gilded frame, diameter 31 cm. If Redouté was the greatest
The handsome guy
Jacques Burel 1922 – 2000 Oil on canvas 55 X 38 cm, signed and dated 8 51 (for August 1951), mounted in a flocked frame of the time 70 X 54
Monkey eating a fruit
Thomas François Cartier 1879 – 1943 Enamelled terracotta with thick gray, brown and green glaze 22 X 10 X 21 cm. The author, a formidable
Bouquet of various anemones
Blanche Odin 1865 – 1957 Watercolor 10 X 14 cm, mounted in its original frame, a little damaged with the gilding 11 X 15 cm, inscriptions
Scenography for the Casa de Bernarda Alba
Victorina Duran Cebrian 1899 – 1993 Thirteen paintings for the scenography of “La Casa de Bernarda Alba” by Federico Garcia
Young Berber with tajine
René Martin 1891 – 1977 Pastel 65 X 50 cm, mounted in a “package” by spinners in its molded and patinated wooden frame 72 X 57 cm. The