"Ernest Lucien Bonnotte (1873-1954) "cote Bretonne Circa 1900" Pointilliste, Dijon, Signac"Last work on 3 by Ernest Lucien Bonnotte this time representing a Breton dimension around 1900, curved canvas signed lower right. Format without frame 34x44cm. Like the previous two, this is a superb divisionist composition in which the artist places a succession of small touches in the service of the motif in a palette of the most subtle blues and grays. I only present Bonnotte very briefly, see description and biography very detailed in my 2 other announcements. He was Bourguignon, born in Dijon, then studied in Paris. He will soon be influenced by the first neo-impressionist painters such as Seurat and Signac and will quickly adopt his divisionist touch which he will not leave until the end of his life when it will broaden and become very stylized. His work is sometimes related to that of Gustave Loiseau. His favorite reasons will be partly Burgundy and Brittany. He will exhibit in many shows, will even have some success, before falling into oblivion. Today known only by a handful of amateurs, it is only thanks to its excellent technique, the professionalism and the rarity of its fabrics that some reach from time to time very beautiful results in sale. It is, however, one of the few true French pointillist painters who painted between 1885 and 1910. The canvas that I offer is in good condition, I nevertheless point out a few times made by a professional, with 3 patches on the back. Sold without frame. The particular format, that is to say bent in an arc of circle on the top, can possibly be given in a classic rectangular format. Authentic guarantee.