Painting René Le Forestier (1903-1972) The Fountain Of The Escarene Near Nice flag

Painting René Le Forestier (1903-1972) The Fountain Of The Escarene Near Nice
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"Painting René Le Forestier (1903-1972) The Fountain Of The Escarene Near Nice"
Table René le Forestier representing a view of the village escarene where we see the fountain.
L'escarène is a town located not far from Nice, in Alpes-Maritimes and the provence region, alps and cote d'azur.
this oil on canvas painted around 1930 with a knife is sold in the state, to clean.
the frame is optional at 220 euros extra.
possible delivery in colissimo recommended for 20 euros in France.
René Le Forestier, born in Pontivy in 1903, died in Concarneau in 1972, is a French painter who lived in Concarneau and painted especially Brittany. Originally trained as a hairdresser, René Le Forestier was a pupil of Arthur Midy and settled in Concarneau 14, place Saint-Guénolé where he held an art gallery, in the heart of the "closed city" that he painted abundantly. Painter of great talent, he also made a lot of "food painting", that is to say, small format quickly painted, but within reach of all budgets. The many scenes of life that he represented are valuable testimonies on life in Brittany in the middle decades of the twentieth century.
Price:260 €
Artist : René Le Forestier (1903-1972)
Period:20th Century
Style:Orientalism
Condition : Dans son jus

Material : Huile sur toile
Length: 46
Height : 55
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