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Still life with flowers and Chinese vase - Furcy de Lavault (1847-1915)
Still life with flowers and Chinese vase - Furcy de Lavault (1847-1915) - Paintings & Drawings Style Napoléon III Still life with flowers and Chinese vase - Furcy de Lavault (1847-1915) -
Ref : 72888
22 000 €
Period :
19th century
Artist :
Furcy de Lavault (1847-1915)
Provenance :
France
Medium :
Oil on canvas
Dimensions :
L. 62.99 inch X H. 44.88 inch
Paintings & Drawings  - Still life with flowers and Chinese vase - Furcy de Lavault (1847-1915) 19th century - Still life with flowers and Chinese vase - Furcy de Lavault (1847-1915)
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Still life with flowers and Chinese vase - Furcy de Lavault (1847-1915)

FURCY OF LAVAULT albert Tibule "Chrysanthemums"

(1847 - 1915)


"A jetty of flowers printed on a beautiful embroidered silk cloth bathed in a peaceful light"

This appreciative appreciation, as well as the auction is now past, the works of Furcy de Lavault, have been built and were transformed into works of time. The Naturalist of the XIX Century

He participated in many salons in the south of France and then his works at the great painting show in Paris from 1880 until 1891.

The museum of the city of Pau bought him in 1881 the work "grenades and chrysanthemums", he received many prisoners and mentions in the exhibitions including that of 1888

in Paris, the museums of Saintes, La Rochelle keep his works.

This large composition of chrysanthemums bathed by a soft light is enhanced by a typical late nineteenth century decor, the rich palette of colors admire the precision work that made the reputation of the painter. An exceptional wooden frame finishes the work.

This painting was acquired in 1885 during the shooting of the friends of the arts of Bordeaux, he participated in the presentation of Perpignan at the beginning of the century (label on the back of the painting).

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19th Century Oil Painting Napoléon III