André Georges Barbier (1883-1970) - voile blanche à l'horizon

André Georges Barbier (1883-1970) - voile blanche à l'horizon
Oil on panel - Hand signed - inconnue (milieu XXème)

André Georges Barbier, born in Arras on January 23rd, 1883 and died in Boulogne-Billancourt on December 2nd, 1970, was a French painter. Biography: Impressionist painter, he exhibited his works in 1903 at the Salon des Independents and got noticed at the Retrospective of Independent Artists in 1926 with the paintings ‘Le pont Louis-Philippe’, ‘Le port de la Rochelle’, ‘Matin de neige’, ‘Vue de ma fenêtre, en hiver’ and ‘Étude de fleurs’, then at the Salon d’Automne (1929), ‘Au Jardin’ et ‘Massifs de fleurs’. A friend of Gustave Geffroy, Claude Monet from 1916 and Claude Debussy, he took part in the Salon d’Automne from 1909 to 1938, and the Salon des Tuileries from 1924 to 1931. There is a sailboat on the horizon in the background, beautiful light and a lot of freshness in this painting framed in a solid oak shadowbox. Carefully shipped with inssurance

Lot details
André Georges Barbier (1883-1970)
Title of artwork
voile blanche à l'horizon
inconnue (milieu XXème)
Oil on panel
Hand signed
In very good condition
Sold with frame
Image size
61×38 cm
Total dimensions
4×45×68 cm
Not registered yet?
By creating your free Catawiki account, you’ll be able to bid on any of our 50,000 special objects up for auction every week.
or Sign in