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Les Deux Magots

$ 5,000
  • Description
    Francois GALL (1912-1987)
    Les Deux Magots

    8-3/4 x 10-3/4 inches
    Framed: 15 x 17 inches
    Signed and inscribed: F. Gall, Deux Magots Paris

    Price: $ 5,000

    Francois Gall, Hungarian by birth, became an impressionist painter in the pure French tradition after he moved to Paris. He studied first in Rome and then after coming home to teach, he headed for the l’Ecole Nationale de Beaux-Arts in Paris in 1936. Once exposed to the light and color of the Impressionists, he was forever changed as an artist. In Paris he was a student of Devambez at the National Academy of Fine Arts. Francois Gall greatly admired the earlier generation impressionists and adopted their concepts for his own interpretations. . The subject matter of his paintings was influenced by the works of Edgar Degas (1834-1917) and Pierre Bonnard (1867-1947). Parisian scenes and portrayals of women engaged in typically feminine activities were among his preferred subjects

    Muses de la Ville de Paris
    Musee d’Auxerre
    Musee de l’Union Francaise a Versailles
    Musees de Budapest
    Musee de l’Art Moderne de Vienne

    Salon d’Automne
    Salon des Independants
    Salon des Tuileries
    Salon d’Asnieres Galerie des Beaux-Arts
  • More Information
    Period: 1950-1979
    Creation Date: 1958
    Styles / Movements: Post Impressionism
    Incollect Reference #: 123187
  • Dimensions
    W. 10.75 in; H. 8.75 in;
    W. 27.31 cm; H. 22.23 cm;
Message from Seller:

Schillay Fine Art, Inc. and Richard Schillay have carried on and expanded the art dealing tradition begun by Richard’s father, M. Edwin Schillay. For decades after World War II, M. Edwin Schillay was the foremost dealer of 19th century British art. He spearheaded the introduction to America of Victorian paintings on a large scale. Today Schillay Fine Art has greatly expanded its interests and offering -- well into the fields of Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Modern, and Post-War art.

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