Hermann Delpech - Allegory Of A Shipwreck flag

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"Hermann Delpech - Allegory Of A Shipwreck"
Hermann DELPECH Bordeaux, 1864 – Bordeaux, 1945 Oil on canvas laid down on cardboard 28 x 44 cm (31.5 x 47.5 cm with the frame) Signed lower right "H. Delpech" Bordeaux painter, Hermann Delpech was the pupil of Dupuis in Bordeaux before returning to the School of Fine Arts in Paris where he studied successively with Gustave Boulanger, Jean Léon Gérome and Léon Bonnat. He then exhibited regularly at the Paris Salon from 1889 and at the Bordeaux painting salons, at the Society of Friends of the Arts and at the Atelier. Hermann Delpech was a painter of flowers, genre scenes in the Arcachon basin in particular, and landscapes of the Bordeaux region. Several of his paintings are in the Bordeaux Museum and the Cognac Museum. The subject of our painting is original. It is probably an allegory of the sea and a shipwreck with Poseidon, the God of the sea, a castaway and the remains of a boat as well as a witness. It seems that the God of the Sea returns the castaway's body to the earth! It's a pretty painting in shades of blue-grey, perhaps a study for a living room painting.
Price: 700 €
Artist: Hermann Delpech
Period: 19th century
Style: Other Style
Condition: Excellent condition

Material: Oil painting
Width: 44 cm (47,5 cm avec le cadre)
Height: 28 cm (31,5 cm avec le cadre)

Reference: 953688
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