"Emile Guillaume, Oil On Plywood, Bretonnes And Child."
Oil on plywood Emile Guillaume Emile Guillaume is from Brittany. He did the School of Fine Arts in Paris .. In 1928, he moved to La Baule, he painted frescoes in the hotel Beach and golf and in several seaside villas in the 1930s. In 1944 he is in the pocket of Saint Nazaire. The Chamber of Commerce of the city orders him drawings for a postage stamp the only one bearing the mention Atlantic front After the war, he painted new frescoes, including the curtain of the Trianon cinema in Saint-Nazaire. He also designs the architecture of two villas La Baule La Comoë (around 1960) and Hon Daou (the latter is his own home). It decorates the interior of the villa Messidor, built by Adrien Grave. This villa is classified exceptional heritage of La Baule. He draws a map of Brittany adorned with traditional costume designs and remarkable places, and makes a series of postcards featuring Bretons and Bretons.