20th-century French school oil on canvas signed Anita Dubac (19th & 20th century) lower left. The work has a texture to the touch.
This antique painting is a remarkable piece from the 20th-century French School, created by the female artist Anita Dubac. Painted with oil on canvas, the artwork is signed by the artist in the lower left corner. The painting has a textured surface when touched.
Dubac's expertise is evident in this Impressionist still life composition. The artwork showcases a uniform rendering and careful texture control. The treatment of volumes is skillfully executed, with each cherry receiving individual attention through thoughtfully crafted lighting. The dark tones and rectangular shapes of the tablecloth provide a striking contrast, reflecting the influence of the "synthetism" style embraced by artists like Gauguin and Cézanne.
Anita Dubac, an artist of the 19th and 20th centuries, was renowned for her focus on light and graphic beauty. She participated in various Salons, including the Salon des Indépendants in 1928. In 1938, the cultural affairs department of the Beaux Arts in Paris commissioned several works from her. In our research we learned that art schools have used photographs of this painting to teach their students. While our research concludes with this information, Dubac's artistic legacy remains noteworthy.
Experience the aesthetic purity and meticulous detail of Dubac's still life masterpiece. The artwork is complemented by a refined light-carved wooden frame.
- Overall Size: 18.5" x 21.6" / 47.5cm x 55.5cm.
Size without the frame: 12.9" x 16.1" / 33cm x 41cm.
- Country: France.
- Signed: Anita Dubac (19th & 20th century).
- Date: Early 1900s.
- Condition: The work has small gaps on the pictorial layer in linear forms. The antique frame is in very good condition.
- Materials: Oil on stretched canvas with a wood frame.
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