現在休暇中のため、ご購入いただけません。
ご了承ください。

Our site is full renovation for a few months, sorry for the inconvenience, we come back very quickly.
Merci.

STENCIL PRINTS, FRENCH REGIONAL SERIES "ANGOUMOIS"

DCA210722-5

Refurbished

-

Cadre de région, Gravure au pochoir colorée sur papier, Angoumois par Alfred Renaudin ( E Naudy 1866-1944) Signée, 1900- 1920

More details

Painter and illustrator Alfred Renodin (E-Naudy) painted a series of works from the French provinces. Colored stencil prints. The national costumes, customs, and scenery of each region are humorously depicted along with the bargaining between men and women. Each has a local flag and a local name.

In fact, this painter had been a painter at Lunéville's kiln since he was 15 years old, but he was so good at painting that the kiln people encouraged him to become a full-fledged painter, so he went to art school in Nancy.

The period before he went abroad to study landscape painting at the age of 24 was the time when Lunéville pottery was flourishing at the end of the 19th century. Among the familiar flower series and other items handled by Villa Monrose, there is no doubt that there are paintings by Alfred! That alone is a sense of closeness that I can't think of as a stranger anymore.

It is framed in the gallery of Lorient (confirmed but not extant).

This is Angoumois, northeast of Bordeaux and west of Limoges. The state of the marché is depicted. So, what are the yellow chunks that women sell? The answer is butter. The dog is licking. In the back on the right, you can see a cow being sold (are the two guys drunk because their faces are red?). )。 It's a region with a lot of cows. The panniers and umbrellas that men have are cute!

There are no noticeable stains and it is in very good condition. Since it is old, there are some scratches and threads. Please purchase after understanding antiques.

It is the price of one frame picture. Signed by E-Naudy.

Free Shipping

Share:

Largeur 175X245X15mm
Poids 311g
Styles Classique

30 other products in the same category: