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Normandy - Marie Ritleng (1869-1936)
Normandy - Marie Ritleng (1869-1936) - Paintings & Drawings Style Art nouveau Normandy - Marie Ritleng (1869-1936) -
Ref : 111053
1 500 €
Period :
20th century
Artist :
Marie Ritleng (1869-1936)
Provenance :
Medium :
Oil on canvas
Dimensions :
L. 21.65 inch X l. 18.11 inch
Paintings & Drawings  - Normandy - Marie Ritleng (1869-1936) 20th century - Normandy - Marie Ritleng (1869-1936)
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Late 19th early 20th century painting

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Normandy - Marie Ritleng (1869-1936)

Oil on canvas measuring 55X46 cm (without the frame) representing a Norman landscape signed lower right by Marie Ritleng (1869-1936) circa 1912 (School of Rouen)

The painter Marie Ritleng (1869-1936) is notably cited by Guillaume Apolinnaire in his Art chronicles 1902-1918. He quotes her in connection with the Rouen Salon in June 1912 where she exhibited alongside Albert Gleizes, Juan Gris, Francis Picabia, Raoul Dufy and André Lhote.
The Rouen Museum keeps a portrait of this artist from 1921 and the Elbeuf Museum, the portrait of Raymond Dendeville.
The term "Rouen school" was first used in 1902 by Arsène Alexandre in relation to four artists, Joseph Delattre, Léon-Jules Lemaître, Charles Angrand and Charles Frechon, interested in post-impressionism and neo-impressionism (and particularly pointillism of Seurat) towards the end of the 1880s. A second generation, with among others Robert Pinchon and Pierre Dumont, in relation to the Fauvist and Cubist movements, has also been mentioned by critics.

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20th Century Oil Painting Art nouveau