Oil on canvas
Signed lower left: "Duvieux"
Henri Duvieux was a French painter, born in Paris. He depicted Venice and Constantinople several times throughout his career. The majority of these views almost invariably incorporated aspects of the sea, somewhat in the tradition of the eighteenth century artist Canaletto, but also recalls his contemporary Felix Ziem, a nineteenth century French artist. Duvieux used Impressionist color similar to Turner’s seascapes to convey intense light and brilliant sunsets and sunrises. Architectural elements were equally important to Duvieux, who rendered his details with care and precision.
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