French school beginning the 19th
Watercolor 41 X 34 cm, circa 1830, mounted by a marie-louise with bevel gilded in a frame of the time with very beautiful gilding 58 X 49 cm (very small accidents).
It is a tradition to represent extraordinary trees in landscapes …
This was particularly the case in the nineteenth century, their romantic connotation stimulating artists, with works by Corot, Theodore Rousseau, Courbet, even photographers such as Le Gray, among others, for the famous ones, but many less known painters or draftsmen have exercised with talent …
I had fun keeping them when I found them and gradually take them out of my cartons when I find a frame adapted.
The watercolor that I present today dates around 1830’s, and shows us a multi-centennial tree (ash?), certainly ripped open by lightning and whose large branches were sawn.
The deep wound, splitting the sapwood to the heart gives a dramatic look to the work, exacerbating its romantic side.
Anonymous, but an annotation “G. Keller Paris “on the back, signature or name of the older owner, I do not know.
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Raymond Dierickx 1904 – 1978 Work on paper, gouache, dimensions 73 x 99 cms, signed lower left. It was for us a real discovery that this
Allegory of America
Raymond Dierickx 1904 – 1978 Work on paper, gouache and pastels, dimensions 73 x 110 cms, signed lower right. It was for us a real
Allegory of Asia
Raymond Dierickx 1904-1978 Work on paper, gouache and pastels, dimensions 73 x 110 cms, signed lower right. It was for us a real discovery that
The women’s table
Mauro Corda né en 1960 “La tablée des femmes”, drawing in gray and red wash over feather strokes on 60 X 78 cm paper mounted in a
The falled warrior
19th century Oil on canvas of great quality, it is also served by its exceptional dimensions : 97 X 130 cm Thanks to the scholarship of two
Portrait of Mr. Chabance
G. C. Michelet 1873-? Pastel on paper 57 X 38 cm, put flat by a professional on neutral pH cardboard, mounted in its original frame art-nouveau
Blanche Odin 1865-1957 Watercolor 29 X 39, back in its original frame 38 X 49 cm green and gold with a glass “museum” by transparent
Big drawing “La grève aux pins à Pontaillac”
Amédée Baudit 1827-1890 Made in pencil and blended on paper previously washed with gray, tiny highlights of white stone enliven the sea and the
Young woman with a feathered hat
Alfredo Ramos Martinez 1871 – 1946 Pastel 71 X 54 cm, reassembled in “sandwich” with extensions and cardboard neutral pH by
Nabi painting : sunset on the coast
French school circa 1890-1900 Oil on canvas 38 X 46 cm I continue the exploration of my reserve of paintings by this unfortunately anonymous