Georges LE MEILLEUR (1861-1945)
" Paris, Notre-Dame "
Etching on copper - Signed in the plate
Not framed. Presented with a mat
Provenance: Artist's family
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Born in Rouen in 1861, from a family of textile manufacturers, he broke with the family tradition and settled at a very young age in Paris, where he began making art as part of the entourage of Puvis de Chavannes and Raphaël Collin.
At the age of 21, he enrolled at the School of Fine Arts, in the studio of Cormon. His own studio was first located in Paris, Rue du Val-de-Grâce, then Rue Cardinet and, in 1908, Boulevard Gouvion-Saint-Cyr.
His first engraving was a drypoint in 1882.
He visited the south of France, Brittany, and Venice, but most of his inspiration came from the landscapes of Ile-de-France and Normandy.
- Georges Le Meilleur (1861-1945)
- Título de la obra
- Paris, Notre-Dame
- Circa 1920
- Firmado en plancha
- En buenas condiciones en general
- Vendido con marco
- Dimensiones de las imágenes
- 25×31.5 cm