Charles Emmanuel Joseph Roussel (1861–1936) "fishermen Leaving Berck Beach" Boulogne, Lepic flag

Charles Emmanuel Joseph Roussel (1861–1936) "fishermen Leaving Berck Beach" Boulogne, Lepic
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"Charles Emmanuel Joseph Roussel (1861–1936) "fishermen Leaving Berck Beach" Boulogne, Lepic"
Pretty oil / panel by Charles Emmanuel Roussel representing fishing boats departing on the beach of Berck, signed lower left. format without frame 39x50cm. It is therefore a beautiful post-impressionsite composition by one of the tenors of the Berck school, Charles Roussel. As usual it represents a fishing scene, here boats departing from the beach of Berck, as usual also it takes particular care of its typical northern atmosphere, with a sky that includes superb shades of mauves, pink or ocher . I therefore no longer present Charles Roussel, one of the best painter in the North alongside the Lepic, Montaigu, tattegrain ..... Charles Emmanuel Joseph Roussel (1861 - 1936) French school, marine painter, lover of his adopted village BERCK, which he will introduce to the entire planet, and will settle there permanently from 1886. He was born in Tourcoing (North) on February 16, 1861, a student of Cabanel, he participated in the salon from 1887 to 1934, presenting '' Preparations for fishing, Berck '' inspired by maritime landscapes and the local stranding navy, which was said to be the most important in France at the time. He is interested in the landscape as such which directs him towards a neo-impressionist way in his art, where light and colors take on more importance than the subject itself. He is the cousin of composer Albert Roussel. Arrived in Berck, abandoning a little his wealthy bourgeois family which will encourage him all the same to continue in painting. He attended Cabanel and his workshop until 1886, and later met Jean Joseph Weerts with whom he continued his education. Charles Roussel meets Francis Tattegrain with whom he befriends, even sharing his workshops and residences often installed on the dunes, an ideal place to paint on the motif. The seaside resort BERCK, is frequented by '' the prince of the heavens '' Eugène Boudin and Édouard Manet. He will make a few stays in Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, and Pont Aven, before settling in Berck. Panel in very good condition, delivered in a 50s frame of medium quality but I have nothing else guaranteed for the moment authentic
Price : 1100 €
Artist : Charles Emmanuel Joseph Roussel (1861–1936)
Period:20th Century
Style:Modern Art
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Huile sur panneau
Length: 50
Height : 39

Reference : 655902
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Galerie Laurent Goudard
Tableaux 19ème et Modernes, Spécialiste de l'Ecole de Crozant
Charles Emmanuel Joseph Roussel (1861–1936) "fishermen Leaving Berck Beach" Boulogne, Lepic
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