A ksar in Morocco
A panel oil 65 X100 cm, with a silver frame with reversed slope 86 X 120 cm, signed lower left
This big painting is the work of the Artist Pierre LABROUCHE whose a “Vue de Pasajes” has just set a new price record and which made us landscapes of the Basque Country, Spain, Italy and of course Morocco as this “Ksar at the foot of the Atlas” representing a fortified city at the foot of the mountains. In very good condition.
In partnership with Galerie Lafouresse, we are specialists in Basque and Landais regionalism and the Arcachon Bassin.
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