Oil on panel signed Jacques Liévin

Spectacular oil on panel illustrating an everyday scene on the banks of the Seine in Paris. This is signed “Liévin”, one of the pseudonyms used by the French master Eugène Galien-Laloue (1854-1941). The artwork alone measures 17 x 24 inches.

Laloue was a French painter who specialized in depicting bustling urban life. Best known for his impressionistic, autumnal street scenes, Galien-Laloue’s works often feature major Parisian landmarks and their surroundings, dotted with cheerful characters and contemporary means of transportation such as horse-drawn carriages, trolleybuses, and buses. He studied with his father, the decorator Charles Laloue, and in 1877 he made his debut at the Salon des artistes français, where he continued to exhibit his works for the rest of his career. Known for helping to popularize the painting of street scenes, the artist’s works provide a historical insight into Parisian life before the 20th century. Born in Paris, France, on December 11, 1854, Galien-Laloue died in Chérence, France, in 1941.

7 800.00 $ + tx

Dimensions 24 × 31 × 1 in
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