Gen Paul (1895-1975) - Jockeys flag

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"Gen Paul (1895-1975) - Jockeys"
Oil on canvas by Gen PAUL (1895-1975) titled "Jockeys" The painting represents several jockeys, in an expressionist style and bright colors Work signed lower left His work is characterized by a form of cheerfulness and light and colorful compositions . Dimensions without frame: 50 x 65 cm Gen Paul (1895-1975), whose real name is Eugène Paul, is a French painter, draftsman and engraver attached to the current of expressionism. Self-taught, in the 1920s he frequented artists from Montmartre, such as Maurice de Vlaminck and Maurice Utrillo. Unlike other Expressionists, Paul creates bright, upbeat works filled with dramatic movement, and is considered by some to be the forerunner of Abstract Expressionist action painting. In 1945, he entered his so-called calligraphic period, and described horse races using oil and gouache, then returned to an expressionist style.
Price: 12 000 €
Artist: Gen Paul
Period: 20th century
Style: Modern Art
Condition: Parfait état

Material: Oil painting
Width: 65
Height: 50

Reference: 1064637
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