Large oil on panel
Oswald POREAU (1877-1955) was an impressionist painter of the Belgian school.
He trained at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels, in painting and architecture.
He continued his training in Paris and settled in the bohemian milieu of the capital.
Oswald Poreau, will be a great European traveler. From city to city, he brought back various influences.
Said to be an impressionist without being affiliated with it, his works represent vaporous landscapes or harbor scenes that testify to the new industrialization.
His inclination is also towards more intimate subjects such as still life.
Very colorful, cheerful, most often with a tight framing, on a neutral and shaded background, allowing the viewer to focus on the vase and the flowers.
Most of his works are owned by the Belgian royal family and can be seen in the museums of Schaerbeek, Temse (Belgium), Bergen and Temse.
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