'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)
'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)
'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)
'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)
'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)
'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)
'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)
'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)
'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)
'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)
'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)
'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)
'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)
'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)
'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)
'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)
'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)
'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)
'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)
'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)
'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)
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'Bouquet de Fleurs' by Louis Toncini (1982)

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Louis Toncini

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'Bouquet de Fleurs', oil on board, by Louis Toncini (1982). Painted towards the end of his career, this piece belongs to that part of his body of work which was lighthearted, optimistic and pleasing. It is a stunning still life characterised by Toncini's vibrant colours and textured layers of oil paint deftly applied. This vase holds the flowers of Toncini's native Provence and is a love letter from the artist to the viewer. In good overall condition. It is newly framed with a French-style linen slip. It is signed by the artist in the lower left hand. Upon request, a short video of this piece may be provided. (NB - On the reverse of this painting is another called 'Landscape in Saint Clément on the Durance' which is currently covered by the backing board. Image with accompanying photos to this listing.

About the Artist: Louis Toncini (1907-2002), born in Marseille, France and was one of a group of artists who founded the 'peintres prolétariens', or later, the painters of the people. He painted the world of workers and depicted such subjects as factories, warehouses, train stations and working ports, etc. After the war his work took a more optimistic turn with paintings of still lifes, bouquets and country landscapes. In 1936, along with fellow artists Antoine Serra, François Diana and Leon Cadenel, Toncini created  the first organisation dedicated to the culture of his native Provence. His art is now exhibited in museums, galleries and private collections around the world and has been sold by major international auction houses. 

Dimensions with frame:

H 72.5 cm / 28.5"

W 65.5 cm / 25.8"

Dimensions without frame:

H 59 cm / 23.2"

W 52.5 cm / 20.6"

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