'Quay by the Bridge in Paris' by Roland Dubuc (circa 1970s-80s)
'Quay by the Bridge in Paris' by Roland Dubuc (circa 1970s-80s)
'Quay by the Bridge in Paris' by Roland Dubuc (circa 1970s-80s)
'Quay by the Bridge in Paris' by Roland Dubuc (circa 1970s-80s)
'Quay by the Bridge in Paris' by Roland Dubuc (circa 1970s-80s)
'Quay by the Bridge in Paris' by Roland Dubuc (circa 1970s-80s)
'Quay by the Bridge in Paris' by Roland Dubuc (circa 1970s-80s)
'Quay by the Bridge in Paris' by Roland Dubuc (circa 1970s-80s)
'Quay by the Bridge in Paris' by Roland Dubuc (circa 1970s-80s)
'Quay by the Bridge in Paris' by Roland Dubuc (circa 1970s-80s)
'Quay by the Bridge in Paris' by Roland Dubuc (circa 1970s-80s)
'Quay by the Bridge in Paris' by Roland Dubuc (circa 1970s-80s)
'Quay by the Bridge in Paris' by Roland Dubuc (circa 1970s-80s)
'Quay by the Bridge in Paris' by Roland Dubuc (circa 1970s-80s)
'Quay by the Bridge in Paris' by Roland Dubuc (circa 1970s-80s)
'Quay by the Bridge in Paris' by Roland Dubuc (circa 1970s-80s)
'Quay by the Bridge in Paris' by Roland Dubuc (circa 1970s-80s)
'Quay by the Bridge in Paris' by Roland Dubuc (circa 1970s-80s)
'Quay by the Bridge in Paris' by Roland Dubuc (circa 1970s-80s)
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'Quay by the Bridge in Paris' by Roland Dubuc (circa 1970s-80s)

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Roland Dubuc

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'Quay by the Bridge in Paris', watercolour on art paper, by Roland Dubuc (circa 1970s-80s). The broad Parisian river Seine divides the city into the left and right banks. The Left Bank, or Rive Gauche is famous for the Latin Quarter while the Right Bank is better known for attractions like Arc de Triomphe, Montmartre, and the Louvre. A trip here simply isn’t complete without a stroll along this romantic river. And a cruise on the Seine or drinks aboard an anchored boat along the quay is a wonderful experience as well. The artist Dubuc created many artworks with the Seine as backdrop. You can have this one right in your living room. In good overall condition, the piece is newly framed and glazed with anti-reflective glass. Upon request a video of the painting may be provided.

About the Artist: Roland DuBuc (1924-1998), French artist, the sixth of 13 children and son of a construction worker. The very precariousness of the family's financial situation forced him to go to work at the age of 14. In extreme poverty, he moved to Rouen where he was lodged by the Salvation Army. During that time he struck up friendships with several artists who gave him advice and taught him techniques of drawing. He moved to other cities later where he met painters including, among others, Fred Pailhès (whose works have been sold by this gallery). In 1950 DuBuc moved to Montmartre in a miserable building without water or electricity. His work gained support from galleries after his participation in the 'Great and Young Artists Fair' in Paris. But it wasn't until the mid-1970s during his stay in Switzerland that he started to earn a comfortable living. Upon return to Paris in the 1980s, his oldest collector, Jean-Paul Villain, opened a gallery which featured Dubuc's work in an important a series of exhibitions. These sealed his reputation as a fine artist and gained him an international clientele eager to invest in his works. DuBuc died in his workshop in 1998. 

Dimensions with frame:

H 61.5 cm / 24.2"

W 76 cm / 29.9"

Dimensions without frame:

H 49 cm / 19.3"

W 64 cm / 25.2"

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