An 1800's watercolor showing white roses in a glass, attributed to Charlotte Morel.
We came into this collection of watercolors via an atelier sale in Paris for the artist Victor Pierre Ménard (1857-1938) - husband of Charlotte Morel. Information on the C.Morel was hard to track down, but we did learn that Charlotte-Marie Morel was born in Nantes and exhibited in the Salon des Artistes Francais in 1892, '94, '95, '96, '98, '99, and 1903.
An avid watercolorist and drawer, C.Morel painted many flowers, and appeared to have an avid interest in botany and the natural world.
- Overall size: 11.8" x 7.8" / 30.5cm x 20.5cm.
- Provenance: France / Atelier Victor Pierre Ménard (1857-1938).
- Signed: No, attributed to Charlotte Morel (19th-20th century).
- Date: Late 1800's.
- Materials: Watercolor on paper.
- Condition: Good condition for age. Corners slightly bent.
- Shipping: Free global shipping via La Poste (with a surcharge for Australia and New Zealand).