"Yves Diey (1892 - 1984) Oil On Canvas Animated View Of The Tuileries Garden In Paris"An abundant crowd, probably Sunday, is crowding around the Tuileries basin. Tradition has it that the parents accompany their children who tried with more or less success to cross the basin to their wooden sailing ship, a scene among those of the Parisian life whose representation made the success of the artist. This small oil on canvas of 22 cm x 27 cm is the testimony. Beautiful colors in shades of blue / green / gray all in shades set the stage in value. Dimensions without the frame: 22 cm x 27 cm Dimensions with the frame: 35 cm x 35 cm Painter, draftsman, watercolorist, French engraver post-impressionist, Yves Diey possessed many talents. He participated in the Salon of French artists of which he was a member, obtaining a second medal in 1942. He worked and exhibited in Belgium in the 50s and 60s. Choosing the woman as a source of inspiration, he specializes in the representation of naked, scenes of gallant intimacy. Beyond the nudes, he paints scenes of Parisian life, but also Andalusian or gypsy when he travels to Spain or Morocco. Several museums or public institutions in France and abroad house his works. References: Bénézit - The Guidargus of painting by Gérald Schurr. Many other objects to discover in my booth antique fairs in which I participate. Follow my gallery to be informed about news and to know the dates of the next Trade Shows ... Questions? Do not hesitate to call me or send me a message. I will answer you with great pleasure.