"Soft ships before soft hills: Picard's work in pastel tones"

Louis Picard


"Soft ships before soft hills: Picard's work in pastel tones"

(1861 Paris - 1940) Sailing Ships Before a Gentlely Rising, Hilly Shore with Numerous Houses Lie Quietly in the Barely Moving Water. Executed in a Soft, Delicate Ductus and Cheerful, Pastel-toned Coloration, the Impression Picard - who, like his brother Georges Picard (1857-1946) - was a student of Jean-Léon Gérôme (1824-1904) at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris and regularly exhibited at the Salon. Oil on canvas, laid down on cardboard (artist's stamp Blanchet, Paris). Signed; verso inscribed by a foreign hand; 34.5 cm x 26.8 cm. Framed.

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30 Jun 2024

481 700,00

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Author Louis Picard

Style Landscape

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