Oil on panel
Amédée MARCEL CLEMENT (1873- ?) exhibited regularly at the Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts and at the Salon des Indépendants.
He is best known for his marine paintings, where light and reflections magnify the canvas.
Marcel-Clément rarely painted views of Paris, his native city.
In our painting, representing a square in the Louvre animated by strollers and workers, the artist uses the same pictorial characteristics that he exploits in his marine works.
The painter uses few colors, but with infinite variations.
Ranges of grays and blues enhanced by touches of white, cream and yellow, allowing the creation of a soft and warm atmosphere, and striking contrasts of light.
The sun's rays piercing the clouds subtly enhance the architecture of the Carrousel arch and the Louvre buildings.
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