An oil on canvas measuring 65X46 cm (without the Mouth style frame) representing a set of toiletries with its bowl and its enameled pitcher without forgetting the essential soap placed on the pedestal table ...
Neo-cubist work from the 1930s signed lower right.
Fernand Labat is a French painter, engraver and illustrator born in Beautiran (Gironde) on January 14, 1889 and died in Nogent-sur-Marne on February 11, 1959.
He exhibited in Paris, at the Salon des Indépendants for its reopening in 1920, as well as at the Salon d'Automne from 1926. His works in generous materials are the delight of Parisian galleries of modern art. He was greatly influenced by post-impressionist painting and then by neo-cubism. His painting entitled the square produced in 1935 was bought by the state and kept in the collections of museums in France.
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