Violon D'ingres
Violon D'ingres



SIGNORET Charles French school beginning XXTh century View of sud of France Seascape at sunset Oil on canvas signed

SIGNORET Charles ( 1867 / 1932 )
Seascape at sunset.
Oil on canvas signed and dated (19)06 lower right.
14,96 x 18,30 in
Musées : Aix en provence, Marseille.
Charles SIGNORET,
At the School of Fine Arts of Marseille he began his apprenticeship in sculpture class. He rubs, accompanied by Constant Roux, Joseph Pagnol and Auguste Carli (grand Marcel's father). Attracted by painting class it changes and ends up with David and Rene Delepiane Seyssaud. Pupil of Jules Lefevre, Benjamin Constant, of Gabriel Ferrier and JP Laurens, it appears in 1890 at the Salon des Artistes French where he became an associate in 1900 after winning an honorable mention in 1898 with "The calm dusk." Four years after getting the Raigecourt-Goyon Price in 1914 he obtained the silver medal with "Evening in the harbor of Marseille" .The gold medal following in 1920: "Back boats, Piriac (Loire Atlantique)." Multiple award-winning works will be: "Sunset, Marseille harbor", or exposed standout "Rainy morning at the forefront Locqueinan". He won the Bashkirtseff Marie Price in 1920. In the meantime he made appearances at the Salon des Independents where he has mostly seascapes and landscapes but also nudes. The actress Simone Signoret told his grandfather he had never comforted to have left the South, he continued to paint sunsets over the Mediterranean in his small workshop in the rue Emile Go in ten seventh district. He had a clientele of Greek Shipowners of Marseille, a few Photopoulos and Graphopoulos, who bought him sunsets Marseille to decorate their rooms.
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Width : 46,5 cm
Height : 38 cm

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

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