'Rocky Shore Audresselles, France' by Marcel Degueldre (c. 1930s)
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'Rocky Shore Audresselles, France', pastel on fine paper, in original frame, by Marcel Degueldre (circa 1930s). A visually stunning seascape with colours true to form and the impeccable execution of an academic artist. The Northern French rocky coastline, the Cap Gris Nez near Audresselles, in Northern France's Pas de Calais region, at sunset will calm your mood and transport you to the best moments of your life. This painting is undated but signed: 'M Degueldre'. The work is in an antique frame and overall, in very good vintage condition commensurate with its age. Further documentation of the artwork and artist appear on the rear of the painting (see photos). A video clip of this work may be provided upon request.
About the Artist: Marcel Degueldre's lifetime story remains uncertain but references to his studying at the Ecole de Binche and then teaching at the Brussels School of Fine Arts in the very early part of the 20th century have been discovered via online research in order to supplement what is stated on the rear of the painting itself. On the rear it indicates Monsieur Degueldre was also a professor at the Ecole d'Art near Lille, in Northern France.
Dimensions with frame:
H 59 cm
W 68 cm
Dimensions without frame:
H 35 cm
W 44 cm