Vincent Manago (1880-1936) Signed French Original Oil/board - Martigues, Riviera, Sea, Harbor flag


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"Vincent Manago (1880-1936) Signed French Original Oil/board - Martigues, Riviera, Sea, Harbor"
Vincent MANAGO (1880-1936) - "Le Port des Martigues / Martigues harbor"
Listed : Artprice, Benezit, Akoun, Wikipedia and numerous various others
Reference Code : 154HSP12P-V.MANAGO

DETAILS
Large original oil on board, signed lower right.
Stunning painting by the artist representing the entrance to the port/harbor of Martigues located in the south of France, on the French Riviera.
A typical view of the Mediterranean coast that Vincent MANAGO masters with the greatest brilliance, a subtle delicacy as much in his work of light and colors and in the finesse of the details as in the general seaside atmosphere of which he had the secret.
Scarce and beautiful prior sketched drawing of the painting on the back with which the artist gratifies us. A gem !

DIMENSIONS : Unframed : 46 x 61 cm - Framed : 63,5 x 5 x 79 cm

PROVENANCE : Recognized french public auction house (from private collection)

CONDITION : 
Painting : Excellent condition (few dirt marks in the sky). Scuffs/scratches on panel's verso.
Frame : Vintage carved and molded "Montparnasse" frame (1950s) in very good overall condition (light age wear marks, small lack to the upper right exterior molding and a small piece of wood from the upper left corner that I reglued in place myself.

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ABOUT THE ARTIST
Vincent Manago was born in Toulon in France in 1880. He migrated to North Africa and then to France and painted landscape views and street scenes. Vincent Manago was a very popular painter in Marseille between 1900 and 1913, where his work was shown at the Foire internationale de Marseille and at the Exposition Coloniale des Paysages d'Afrique et de Provence. He specialized in landscape, marine and genre paintings of the Mediterranean coast (Port de Martiques, La Rochelle, Venice) and in Orientalist painting. The latter showed the influence of his stay in Tunisia and Algeria on his art. He used vivid colors in his paintings. As would other Orientalist artists, he also used scenes depicted on postcards as inspiration for his paintings. One such postcard, "Négresse petrissant la Galette dans la Guessâa" (Collections ND. Phot., Librairie d'Amico, Tunis) was used for his 1903 painting of a street scene of a young woman sorting through grains in a bowl. At least four different versions of this painting were made, one of which is in the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Marseille. In addition to being a painter, Manago also worked as a decorator of several private residences in Tunis and Alger. His oldest son Dominique Manago, born in Tunis in 1902, also became a painter and so did his youngest son Armand, born in Paris in 1913, who changed his artist name to A.M. Guérin. Vincent Manago lived in Paris until his death on June 30, 1936.
Number of his works are exhibited in various museums around the world.


PAYMENT / SHIPPING / TERMS OF SALE / RETURNS
- Bank transfer or Paypal payment for all countries expected within 5 days max.
- Packing/insurance/shipping costs for France : 70 € -. Other countries : please ask for a quote.
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Upon receipt and clearance of your payment, your painting(s) will be taken care of by MBE VERSAILLES or MBE ASNIERES which are companies specialized in professional packaging of works of Art in order to guarantee you the maximum protection (considering the high potential risk of damage, we do not ship any paintings by post).
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Price: 1 200 €
Artist: Vincent Manago
Period: 20th century
Style: Other Style
Condition: Excellent

Material: Oil painting on wood
Length: 61 cm
Width: 5 cm
Height: 46 cm

Reference: 1081816
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