Impressive French Watercolor 1880 - Animated Landscape Sign. Jules Marinier


Impressive French Watercolor 1880 - Animated Landscape Sign. Jules Marinier

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Impressive French Watercolor 1880 - Animated Landscape Sign. Jules Marinier:
$372


For sale from a find in a recent houseclearance in the center of Antwerp.The drawing, executed in watercolors on rather thick 19th century paper, depicts an impressive animated landscape. Two men are drenching their horses in a river at the foot of medieval castle. A village can be noticed at the foot of this massive fortification.Authorship : the drawing is from the French school, signed right below "Jules Marinier".JULES MARINIER (ca. 1840 - after 1890) : French landscape painter, active during the third and fourth quarter of the 19th century. Till present, very few is known about this talented artist, who was influenced by the major landscape painters of the French 19th century.Period : ca. 1880.Size : 69,5x44cm.Condition : Good. Laid down at 19th century framingboard. Some minor damage in the topzone (restorable). Some scattered dirt throughout. Unframed.Shipping : flat shippingrate 22$. Shipped in a flat rectangular parcel (large size - impossible to roll up) as International Registered Mail (with trackingn┬░). Combined shipping available.

Impressive French Watercolor 1880 - Animated Landscape Sign. Jules Marinier:
$372

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