Sully-sur-loire (loiret), 1834 - bets, 1913. 32 x 40.5 cm (43 x 52 cm with frame).
Beautiful 19th-century frame in gilded wood decorated with palmettes. Antoine morlon is a painter who enjoyed success at the Salon of French artists by exhibiting between 1868 and 1904 marines located in Normandy in the region of fécamp and yport. He is one of those artists who have gone to yport, most of them invited and welcomed by the master jean-paul laurens as antoine quotes, theodore weber, louis mouchot, paul jamin, alexandre bida, iwill, paul emile sautais and andré devambez.
The invoice of our painting is close to the painters who have been influenced by academic painting, with a precise drawing, a fine light and bright and frank colors while respecting reality. This view of a beach near fecamp shows a beautiful boat well described, a man sitting down spitting his net and off other boats. Many interesting details dot the composition, the boat itself whose number \"f912\" can be seen and its fitting, its ropes and nets, the winch on the beach as well as the ramp.
The item \"table marine painting morlon fecamp beach beach Normandy 19th French\" is on sale since Friday, December 11, 2020. It is in the category \"art, antiques-art of the 19th century and avant-paintings, enamels\". The seller is \"gallerydequelen\" and is located in paris, ile-de-france. This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.