"Lucien Adrion Oil On Canvas Tuileries View In The 1930’s Paris"Lucien Adrion Oil on Canvas Tuileries View in the 1930’s Paris.
Gorgeous painting by this exciting painter who Lucien Adrion.
A beautiful and decorative, full of life and light oil on canvas, depicting a lovely Tuileries view, and in the background the Eiffel Tower in the Paris of the 1930s.
Lucien Adrion is betting on the light; it is excellently successful.
Our painting is in fine original condition; it signed on the lower right by Lucien Adrion circa 1920-1930. It appears in the Descriptive Book of the Artist by Belegodere Adrion.
Dimensions unframed: W 25.19 In. - H 20.86 In.
Dimensions framed: W 32.67 In. - H 27.95 In.
Lucien Adrion 1889-1953.
French painter, designer, and engraver well known for his representations of the French countryside and beaches, as well as Parisian life.
Born in Strasbourg, Adrion began his career as a fashion designer before traveling across Europe.
During the First World War, he was in Berlin, where he studied with engraver Hermann Struck.
After the war, Adrion went back to France and settled in Paris, where he participated in his first Salon des Indépendants in 1926. Supported by galleries and some collectors, he devoted himself entirely to painting, making painting impregnated with light and teeming with life, with a predilection for street scenes, racing fields and beaches of Normandy or the French Riviera.
In 1926, with Paul Signac, he organized a French painters exhibition in The Berliner Sezession.
He exhibited in Berlin, Paris, Los Angeles.
A retrospective exhibition was dedicated to him by the Museums of the City of Strasbourg in July 1955.