A French painter born in Périgueux (24), he was a pillar of the school of Saint-Germain-des-Près. He travelled across France throughout his life and made drawings of the most charming landscapes, but also many nudes. In the Dordogne, on the coast of Brittany, in Belgium, in Paris but also in the major European cities, his drawings have formed the basis for paintings that he then produced in his studio in the 6th arrondissement of Paris. He died there in 1997, after a successful career and exhibitions. He became a painter of the Navy in the 1980s.
This view of the port in which we find his first cubist period is treated in such a way as to bring out the perspective and depth of the place, most probably Brittany, where he often visited.
A modern white and blue frame echoes the colours of the artwork.
- Jean Cluseau-Lanauve (1914-1997)
- Title of artwork
- Les barques au port bleu
- Oil on canvas
- Hand signed
- In very good condition
- Sold with frame
- Image size
- 46×55 cm