The Temptation - Amédée De La Patellière (1890-1932) flag


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"The Temptation - Amédée De La Patellière (1890-1932)"
An oil on canvas measuring 61X46 cm (without the frame) representing the temptation of Saint Anthony, work in the confines of the surrealist monogrammed lower right circa 1927.

Amédée Dubois de La Patellière, born July 5, 1890 in Vallet and died on January 9 1932 in Paris, is a French painter. He was successful during the interwar period thanks to his original and dark work, lying between the tradition of the old masters and modernity.

Amédée de La Patellière was born in the land of Nantes vineyards, at the Château de Bois-Benoît in Vallet. He left for Paris in 1910 to take courses at the Académie Julian. He then divided his time between his family home in Bois-Benoît, Paris, and the south of Seine-et-Oise where he settled in the 1920s. He was wounded in combat during the First World War. He was a professor at the Académie Ranson in Paris from 1929 to 1932 and was one of the founding artists of the Young Contemporary Painting group (along with Yves Alix, Robert Lotiron and Louis-Joseph Soulas). He is also the friend of Bertrand Mogniat-Duclos. Seriously ill in 1929, he died in Paris in 1932.
Price : 3200 €
Artist : Amédée De La Patellière (1890-1932)
Period:20th Century
Style:Modern Art
Condition : Parfait état

Material : Huile sur toile
Length: 61 cm
Width : 46 cm

Reference : 776390
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