This oil on canvas signed Eugène Henri Cauchois represents an interesting still life. The vocabulary is as follows: On a gilded wooden console is affixed citrus fruits standing near a fan. A carnival mask sits in front of the flower bouquet. This partly hides a pretty lacquer and bronze box, probably Japanese. The porcelain dish gives light to the scene by contrasting with the vase
the card is from the XIXth century with its original gilding.
Dimensions without frame Length: 93cm Width: 72.5cm
Dimensions with frame Length: 126cm Width: 106cm
Eugène Cauchois entered the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the workshops of Ferdinand Duboc and Alexandre Cabanel. He specializes in the composition of still lifes based on fruits, flowers and kitchen utensils. He also painted landscapes, sea views.