View Of Algiers - Joël Thézard - Telemly District - Watercolor 1930-50 Orientalism flag

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"View Of Algiers - Joël Thézard - Telemly District - Watercolor 1930-50 Orientalism"
Protestant draftsman and novelist from Niort
A drawing teacher in Bastia, Le Havre, Guéret and then Niort, he painted, watercoloured, and published some forty books on teaching drawing, travelogues, novels, tales and children's books. He founded his own publishing house "Artes-tuae".
A committed Protestant, he illustrated: “La Cévenole” by Ruben Saillens, Huguenot novels.
The Ernest Cognacq museum in Saint-Martin en Ré, devoted an exhibition in 2017 to the artist

Watercolor - 32 x 24 cm - frame: 42 x 34 x 4 signed annotated Télémy. Worn frame -

The Télémly is a district on the heights of Algiers where we find important vestiges of the Ottoman period, in particular the aqueduct and the Bardo palace. Albert Marquet immortalized these balconies.
   The name of Télémly is the deformation of a Berber name "tala" (source, fountain); and mely, (shade, shaded slope), the name would therefore mean “the shaded source”. In the 1950s this district was the object of real estate speculation and disfigured.
Price: 260 €
Artist: Joël élie Thézard ( 1884 - 1957)
Period: 20th century
Style: Orientalism
Condition: In its current state

Material: Water color
Width: 24 hors cadre
Height: 32 hors cadre

Reference: 993968
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