Fernand Lutscher - Angevin Landscape flag


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"Fernand Lutscher - Angevin Landscape"
Fernand LUTSCHER Angers, 1843 - 1923 Oil on wood panel 22.5 x 39.5 cm (26.5 x 43.5 cm with the frame) Signed and dated lower left "Fernand Lustcher / 1878" Pupil of Jules Dauban and Eugène Brunclair, Fernand Lustcher is an Angevin landscape painter. He participated in the Parisian Salons from 1874 to 1890. He shared his life between Paris and Angers where he also exhibited and where he was a professor at the School of Fine Arts. He was also an actor and stage designer. His landscapes of the Angevin countryside recall the landscapes of the Barbizon painters. As the critic Théodore Véron wrote in 1880 “At La Pouletterie (Maine-et-Loire), recalling the beautiful views of the forest of Fontainebleau (…) Admirably rendered”. And Gerald Schurr writes about him: "Fernand Lutscher leaves of the Angevin countryside touching images with well-orchestrated harmonies". A retrospective of his work was organized in 1923. On this occasion L'Ouest Eclair wrote: "The artist is dead, the work remains, imbued with the Angevin sky, fresh as youth".
Price: 700 €
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Artist: Fernand Lustcher
Period: 19th century
Style: Napoleon 3rd
Condition: Excellent état

Width: 39,5 cm (43,5 cm avec le cadre)
Height: 22,5 cm (26,5 cm avec le cadre)

Reference: 1025172
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