Midcentury Parisian Street Oil Painting in Carved Gilt Frame Signed a. Marchall
Decorate a study or living space with this beautiful oil on canvas painting. Set in the original carved gilt frame and created circa 1960, this artwork depicts a typical Paris scene in the late 19th century, with horse-drawn carriages transporting people up and down the lively street; the canvas is signed in the lower right corner by artist A. Marchall. The painting is in excellent condition, with rich and vivid colors; the impressionist scene with lots of movement, horse-drawn carriages and people walking, reminds us of the works of Edouard Cortes, Antoine Blanchard or Eugene Galien-Laloue. This elegant wall decor would elevate an living room, office, or entryway with an air of sophistication and old world style. Edouard Léon Cortès (1882–1969) was a French post-impressionist artist of French and Spanish ancestry. He is known as “Le Poete Parisien de la Peinture” or “the Parisian Poet of Painting” because of his diverse Paris cityscapes in a variety of weather and night settings. Measures: 21″ W x 17″ H.
|21" W x 2.5" D x 17" H
Mid 20th Century