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Jean Hollebecque (1914-2013), Watercolor House Landscape In The Woods 1970s.
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"Jean Hollebecque (1914-2013), Watercolor House Landscape In The Woods 1970s."
HOLLEBECQUE (Jean), born in 1914 and died in 2013 (Ec. Fr.). Painter permanently installed in Berry since 1940 following the debacle; Jean Hollebecque will continue to proclaim his love for his adopted region. A book will also be dedicated to him "The man on the march to the North at the Berry" by Gilbert Tyran 1999. The style of this artist is halfway between figuration and abstraction. This very pretty watercolor and ink from the 1960s / 1970s representing a house in the woods is the perfect illustration. Work in good condition in its original frame. Dimensions at sight: Height 24.5 cm. Width 32.5 cm (38.5 cm x 46.3 cm with its frame). IMPORTANT: CURRENTLY POSSIBLE DELIVERY IN COLISSIMO. MAINTAINING SERVICES WITH POSSIBILITY OF DELAY. We take special care in our packaging by using optimum protection. The shipment is made with insurance included. Shipping rates: Metropolitan France: 26 euros, European Union countries and Switzerland: 55 euros, Eastern European and Maghreb countries: 70 euros, United States, Australia, Asia and the rest of the world: 155 euros. You can contact us on 0787869393 or 0953253741.
Price:250 €
Artist : Jean Hollebecque (1914-2013)
Period:20th Century
Style:Modern Art
Condition : Bon état

Material : Aquarelle
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