Name : View of Paris under snow
Period : XXe century
School : French Impressionist
State : Good condition
Matter : Oil on canvas
Sizes : 79 cm (l) x 44 cm (h) x (p)
Fernand LAVAL 1886/1966 - View of Paris under snow - French School of the twentieth - Impressionist School
Painter of the twentieth, French School. Expose the Independents Living since 1920, also at the Salon d'Automne.
Fernand Laval arrived in Paris in 1912 where he became friends with Maurice Utrillo painted Montmartre.
In 1920 he made his first appearance at the Salon d'Automne where he presented a painting titled 'From Montmartre to the Halles''. It also works abroad, including the Netherlands, painting many windmills in the years 1927 to 1928 and he traveled to Belgium, where he painted the port of Antwerp.
In homage to Renoir in 1963 he painted his maison''la Collette 'in Cagnes-sur-mer.
He particularly likes the Parisian topics: the heart of Paris, Montmartre, including the Sacre Coeur, a suburb of Paris, the old fortifications and the Canal St Martin.
At his death it fell into oblivion, but in 1988 an interest in his work, especially his paintings of Montmartre are selling at about $ 7,000. in selling houses, both in England and the US. His last works are in dark shades of brown, and black earth.
Signature: lower right F. LAVAL
Quotation up to 6500 €
Period: 20th French School, dated 1917
Technique: Oil on canvas - original canvas and chassis - good condition
Format: with frame 79 x 44 cm - 31.1 x 17.3 inches - without frame 70 x 35 cm - 27.6 x 13.8 inches
Frame: In new gilded wood frame - Very good condition