An oil on canvas, Place de la concorde sous la pluie by GALIEN LALOUE, signed by his psedudonym, Liévin.
GALIEN-LALOUE Eugène or Gallien-Laloue pseudo¬nymes: Liévin, J. Liévin, Eugène Dupuy, L. Dupuy, Galiany, M. Lenoir
Born in December 1854 in Paris. Died April 18, 1941 in Chérence (Val-d'Oise). 19th-20th centuries. French.
Painter of genre scenes, military subjects, animated landscapes, cityscapes, gouache painter, watercolorist.
Endowed with great facility, he had a very abundant production, especially in gouache and in works of small formats, which represented almost exclusively the most picturesque points of Paris, especially the Grands-Boulevards.
At the beginning of the century, he enjoyed a certain reputation, known at the time as "happy", for omnibuses and carriages, evoking exactly the atmosphere of the Paris of 1900.
The work of this artist has retained at least a documentary value,
BIBLIOGR. David Klein: Edouard Certes and Eugène Galien-Laloue, Los Angeles, 1993.
MUSEUMS : LOUVIERS (Mus. des Beaux-Arts) - MULHOUSE - LA ROCHELLE (Mus. des Beaux-Arts) PARIS
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