"Maugend Adolphe "cascade Of The Big Beech"."Drawing in black pencil and white gouache Signed lower right. Maugendre 1868. On the road to Gourette, the sound of the water can challenge some passersby. The Gros Beech cascade at the end of the Iscoo promenade is a place full of freshness. At an approximate height of ten meters, its cold waters plunge with a crash in the throat of Valentin. It is an ideal place to rest and relax. Approach time 2 min. History: In 1845, Paul Huet stays in the Valley of Ossau, he goes to Eaux-Bonnes with his friend Eugène Delacroix and realizes a watercolor which bears the name of: "Cascade du Gros Hêtre". Adolphe Maugendre, born April 21, 1809 in Ingouville, today suburb of Le Havre, and died January 21, 1895 in Paris, is a French landscape painter, draftsman and lithographer. Specialized in landscapes and buildings, Maugendre has produced many lithographs illustrating, among others, Normandy Free Shipping.