French work, Emile Godchaux ( 1860-1938 )
Large painting representing a view of Saint Tropez.
Work having sudden none restorations(caterings).
Born in 1860 and maybe of the family of the sculptor Roger Godchaux. He(it) is often confused(merged) with Alfred Godchaux, painter of Lyon who at the same time painted on similar themes and in a rather close invoice.
Well known of the former(old) secondhand goods dealers of Bordeaux around 1900, because he(it) sold his(its) paintings(cloths) by presenting them on squares, sometimes putting them in lottery: the picture(board) was then the first prize of a series of 10 or 20 1-franc tickets.
His(Her,Its) favourite themes were ports(bearings), cliffs of the Norman coast(rib), the Atlantic beaches(ranges) livened up(led) by fishermen and by boats, the mountainous landscapes taken on the motive, in Pyrenees and
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