Maurice Louvrier (1878-1943)
“Vue de Rouen”
Oil on thick cardboard
Size: 42.7 x 55 cm
Painting in mint condition and framed
Size with the frame: 58 x 70 cm
Fast and careful shipping with insurance.
Sold with an invoice and a certificate of authenticity by Mr.Thierry Tuffier, expert of Norman School impressionist painters
After studying at the Lycée Corneille, with Pierre Dumont, Robert Pinchon and Tirvert, he went to the École des Beaux-Arts, in Zacharie's studio, where he met Marcel Couchaux, who took him to Father Delattre. There, he met Camille Pissarro for the first time. He became friends with Butler and met Claude Monet who regularly invited him to Giverny.
Louvrier was alongside Dumont and Pinchon in his first exhibitions of "modern" painting in Rouen, which was inaugurated by Guillaume Apollinaire.
- Maurice LOUVRIER (1878-1943)
- Titel des Kunstwerks
- Vue de Rouen
- Öl auf Tafel
- Oeuvre unique
- exzellenter Zustand
- 42.7×55×0 cm