Fine art from France: 20th century French School watercolor on carton under glass attributed to Isidore Rosenstock (1880-1956).
Château Rambaud in Génissac close to Bordeaux. All the watercolors are views from the same castle.
Isidore Rosenstock was a beloved French painter. Rosenstock left a mark on all those who knew him, and his watercolors have been widely admired. He was nicknamed "The Painter of Flowers." In his twenties, Rosenstock was a member of La Société des Artistes Français, where he was active as a painter and participated in the Salons, showing his watercolors of bouquets, the gardens of Versailles, chateaux and the canals of Venice. He was a prolific artist and quickly gained a reputation. His bouquets were widely reproduced and paintings were acquired by the French state.
- Overall size: 16.5" x 20.4" / 42cm x 52cm.
- Size without the frame: 11" x 14.9" / 28.5cm x 38cm.
- Provenance: France.
- Attributed to: Isidore Rosenstock (1880-1956).
- Date: Early-Mid 1900's.
- Condition: The watercolor is in very good condition and protected under its glass. The frame is also in very good condition despite some marks and impacts.
- Materials: Watercolor on carton under glass.
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