Léon ZEYTLINE (1885-1962)
"Élégantes devant Notre-Dame de Paris"
Outstanding painting "belle époque" featuring elegant women walking on the “quai des Grands Augustins” on the banks of the Seine, in front of the booksellers stands, with Notre Dame de Paris in the background. Composition full of details like this dog standing on its legs in front of a young woman who seems amused!
An absolutely charming work, not to be missed!
A Zeytline exhibition was held in Chatou in 2017, a new Zeytline exhibition, which met with great success, took place in 2020 at the Museum of Fine Arts in Mulhouse (France).
The Parisian works of Léon Zeytline, with their particularly meticulous compositions, represent the reference in belle époque painting along with Jean Béraud, Edouard Cortes, Eugène Galien-Laloue, Luigi Loir...
His belle époque paintings are offered by major foreign galleries (USA and UK in particular) where they can sell for several tens of thousands of euros - Excellent results are also to be reported at Christie's and Sotheby's in recent years, up to $20,000!
Large size: 100 x 72 cm (sold without frame)
Oil on canvas
Excellent condition (some minor rubbing in the lower right corner)
Pictures taken in natural light, in sunshine and then in the shade
Signed on the bottom right
Guaranteed authenticity - Sold with our gallery invoice
The painting appears in the catalogue raisonné of Léon Zeytline’s artwork by Nebojsa Calic and Pierre Zoghbi, volume 1, published in 2017, under the number 222 page 194
We are a gallery specialising in 19th-20th century paintings; we are currently preparing the ‘catalogue raisonné’ of the painter, Ferdinand Gueldry.
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