"Oil On Canvas"Oil on canvas framed representing a landscape, signed Albert LEPREUX. Dimensions of the canvas: 60 x 81 cm French painter, draftsman and engraver, he trained at the free workshops of Montmartre but seems to have also attended the Charreton courses. Post-Impressionist, he exhibited in 1909 at the Salon des Independants alongside Monet, Sisley and Pissaro and in Brussels at the Salon of Free Aesthetics in 1913. Present at the Salon d'Automne, he exhibited French landscapes. He was a frequent participant in the annual exhibitions of the Union of Fine Arts in Lagny. There, he joined his friends, the most important representatives of post-impressionism of the early twentieth century: Henri Lebasque, Paul-Emile Colin, Frederic Levé, Fernand Pinal, Eugene Montezin ... In 1952, Albert Lepreux receives the Charles Cottet Prize.