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Table, oil on panel representing a bedroom scene in Montmartre in 1927 by the painter Émile Albert delluc. Émile Albert delluc 1888 1950, lived his painting all his life and participated in some exhibitions including that of Bordeaux in 1928 with his friend André derain. Born in 1888, at the age of 23, in 1911, painter and draftsman by profession, it was After having lost a first child born in 1911 and died in 1912, that he devoted himself to drawing and painting taking as themes the ballerinas of the Paris opera or, he will spend a lot of time and for another theme, the life of Montmartre, popular Parisian life in the 20,30,40 years. He will also spend time in Belgium and more particularly in Ostend where he will paint port scenes. Émile Albert delluc lived very well with his painting and therefore did not particularly need to exhibit to sell, which is why he did not appear in the reference works of painting of this period. This painter is one of the forgotten painters who remains to be discovered. Émile Albert delluc painted a lot in Montmartre, in cabarets and also at the Paris Opera. After meeting the heirs, we have information and documents about the painter. We have many paintings by this painter and can consider the sale of the set (about 140 paintings). We will offer you a sample of his work on proantic so look at our other ads to discover the other tables. The tables are presented in their original state, some really need a good cleaning
Price:1300 €
Artist : Émile Albert Delluc
Period:20th Century
Style:Art Deco
Condition : Bon état

Material : Huile sur panneau
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