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GENIN Lucien ancient French painting 20Th century view of Paris Montmartre cabaret the Lapin Agile Oil on canvas signed

GENIN LUCIEN ( 1894 / 1958 )
Paris Cabaret The Lapin Agile.
Oil on canvas signed lower left Lucien Genin .
18,1 / 24 in
Certificate of authenticity.
Musées : Monaco , Paris ( Musée d'art moderne ), Nogent sur Marne , Musée d'art moderne de Granville .
Literature : Bénézit , Lucien Genin l'artiste , l'oeuvre , La vie d'artiste AWD par Bertrand willot , Dictionnaire des peintres de Montmartre aux 19è et 20è siècles par André Roussard .
GENIN Lucien
Born in November 9th, 1894 at Rouen / Dead in 1953 at Paris.
Painter of townscapes, painter in the gouache, watercolorist, pastelliste, draftsman, postimpressionist.
Lucien Génin was at first a pupil of the School of Fine Arts of Rouen, then in 1919 Lucien Génin is allowed in the school of the Decorative arts of Paris. In 1932 Lucien Génin received a prize of the Art Institute of Chicago . On 1960 a personal exhibition of its works is organized in Paris.Lucien Génin painted in the oil and in the gouache.
Lucien Génin received a very complete formation, but developed a personal technique quite in spontaneity with an innocent glance on the simple things of the life. Lucien Génin mainly painted in Paris, but some views of Rouen, Lorient, Dinan, Marseille or Villefranche-sur-mer are to be noted . Lucien Génin totally specialized in the very wanted theme of the views of Paris.
Lucien Génin painted with paints touchs extremely fast and easy , what explains a very plentiful production.

Width : 61 cm
Height : 46 cm

Category : Paintings
Style : Modern Art
Period : 20th century

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