Henri-Clément Serveau dit Clément Serveau (1886-1927) is a French painter, draftsman, engraver and illustrator. He created models of banknotes, designed and engraved postage stamps among others. This painting Portrait of a man with a dog, dated 1910, was produced when he attended the courses of the National School of Fine Arts in Paris. He began in 1905 at the Salon des Indépendants, then participated in the Salons of French Artists, Salons d'Automne and the Tuileries. Autographed and discreetly signed at the top left To my friend Auguste, Best regards December 1910, he shows us the portrait of a young man dressed in dark tones, his dog against him. In this composition, the animal takes an important place, rendered in this by the contrast of its white coat which melts in the clothes and by its framing, stopped by the frame. His style changed in 1934 after a stay in Greece where he devoted himself to post-cubism. His paintings have been exhibited in numerous exhibitions. This table is in very good condition, on its original canvas. Slight little gaps at the top. Wooden frame and gilded stucco with accidents and losses. Dimensions with frame: L 70.5 cm / H 89 cm Dimensions without frame: L 55 cm / H 73 cm




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Henri-Cl&eacute;ment Serveau dit Cl&eacute;ment Serveau (1886-1927) is a French painter, draftsman, engraver and illustrator. He created models of banknotes, designed and engraved postage stamps among others. This painting Portrait of a man with a dog, dated 1910, was produced when he attended the courses of the National School of Fine Arts in Paris. He began in 1905 at the Salon des Ind&eacute;pendants, then participated in the Salons of French Artists, Salons d&#39;Automne and the Tuileries. Autographed and discreetly signed at the top left To my friend Auguste, Best regards December 1910, he shows us the portrait of a young man dressed in dark tones, his dog against him. In this composition, the animal takes an important place, rendered in this by the contrast of its white coat which melts in the clothes and by its framing, stopped by the frame. His style changed in 1934 after a stay in Greece where he devoted himself to post-cubism. His paintings have been exhibited in numerous exhibitions. This table is in very good condition, on its original canvas. Slight little gaps at the top. Wooden frame and gilded stucco with accidents and losses. Dimensions with frame: L 70.5 cm / H 89 cm Dimensions without frame: L 55 cm / H 73 cm<br />
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"Henri-Clément Serveau dit Clément Serveau (1886-1927) is a French painter, draftsman, engraver and illustrator. He created models of banknotes, designed and engraved postage stamps among others. This painting Portrait of a man with a dog, dated 1910, was produced when he attended the courses of the National School of Fine Arts in Paris. He began in 1905 at the Salon des Indépendants, then participated in the Salons of French Artists, Salons d'Automne and the Tuileries. Autographed and discreetly signed at the top left To my friend Auguste, Best regards December 1910, he shows us the portrait of a young man dressed in dark tones, his dog against him. In this composition, the animal takes an important place, rendered in this by the contrast of its white coat which melts in the clothes and by its framing, stopped by the frame. His style changed in 1934 after a stay in Greece where he devoted himself to post-cubism. His paintings have been exhibited in numerous exhibitions. This table is in very good condition, on its original canvas. Slight little gaps at the top. Wooden frame and gilded stucco with accidents and losses. Dimensions with frame: L 70.5 cm / H 89 cm Dimensions without frame: L 55 cm / H 73 cm




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Henri-Clément Serveau dit Clément Serveau (1886-1927) is a French painter, draftsman, engraver and illustrator. He created models of banknotes, designed and engraved postage stamps among others. This painting Portrait of a man with a dog, dated 1910, was produced when he attended the courses of the National School of Fine Arts in Paris. He began in 1905 at the Salon des Indépendants, then participated in the Salons of French Artists, Salons d'Automne and the Tuileries. Autographed and discreetly signed at the top left To my friend Auguste, Best regards December 1910, he shows us the portrait of a young man dressed in dark tones, his dog against him. In this composition, the animal takes an important place, rendered in this by the contrast of its white coat which melts in the clothes and by its framing, stopped by the frame. His style changed in 1934 after a stay in Greece where he devoted himself to post-cubism. His paintings have been exhibited in numerous exhibitions. This table is in very good condition, on its original canvas. Slight little gaps at the top. Wooden frame and gilded stucco with accidents and losses. Dimensions with frame: L 70.5 cm / H 89 cm Dimensions without frame: L 55 cm / H 73 cm




Price : 1090 €
Artist : Serveau Clément
Period:20th Century
Style:Other Style
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Huile sur toile
Width : 55 cm
Height : 73 cm

Reference : 608825
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Henri-Clément Serveau dit Clément Serveau (1886-1927) is a French painter, draftsman, engraver and illustrator. He created models of banknotes, designed and engraved postage stamps among others. This painting Portrait of a man with a dog, dated 1910, was produced when he attended the courses of the National School of Fine Arts in Paris. He began in 1905 at the Salon des Indépendants, then participated in the Salons of French Artists, Salons d'Automne and the Tuileries. Autographed and discreetly signed at the top left To my friend Auguste, Best regards December 1910, he shows us the portrait of a young man dressed in dark tones, his dog against him. In this composition, the animal takes an important place, rendered in this by the contrast of its white coat which melts in the clothes and by its framing, stopped by the frame. His style changed in 1934 after a stay in Greece where he devoted himself to post-cubism. His paintings have been exhibited in numerous exhibitions. This table is in very good condition, on its original canvas. Slight little gaps at the top. Wooden frame and gilded stucco with accidents and losses. Dimensions with frame: L 70.5 cm / H 89 cm Dimensions without frame: L 55 cm / H 73 cm




 
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