20th Century French School oil on canvas, mounted on cardboard, and signed by Georges Sauclières (1880-1932). The artwork is perfectly smooth to the touch.
A pastel blue and monochrome landscape with bright light representing a reserved but peaceful moment. The mastered impressionist foggy effects and cloudy reflections in the water are captivating. The light and pastel tones of the background mountains gives a significant depth to the landscape.
More about the artist: Georges Sauclières is a French painter born in 1880 in Rouen (Normandy) and died there in 1932. After his mobilization during the First World War, he set up his workshop in his hometown. Within a few years, he became the president of the Society of Rouen Artists. He is considered a leading artist of the Rouen School of the early twentieth century.
- Overall size: 12.2" x 15.7"/ 31.5cm x 40cm.
- Size without the frame: 10.6" x 14.1"/ 27cm x 36cm.
- Provenance: France.
- Signed: Georges Sauclières (1880-1932).
- Date: Early 20th Century.
- Condition: The cardboard is a little curved and has a few veins and gaps, concentrated on the right of the sky. The wooden frame has several traces due to time.
- Materials: Oil on canvas, mounted cardboard.
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