'Still Life on Table' by Pascal Ambrogiani (c. 1960s)
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This 'Still Life on Table', oil on canvas, comes to life with vibrant blues, reds, white and yellow. Painted circa 1960s, it magnificently illustrates the artist's love of colour, complex arrangement and style. The work is in excellent vintage condition in its original frame. Signed in the lower right hand corner 'Pascal Ambrogiani'. A major retrospective of his works took place in 2015. A short video clip of this work may be provided upon request.
About the Artist: Pascal Ambrogiani (1909-1989) was born in Marseille, France of Corsican parents and is the brother of another well known expressionist painter, Pierre Ambrogiani. Like his brother, Pascal left an impressive body of work of dazzling colour. He was considered a virtuoso of gouache, a technique he mastered in the same way he did with oils, landscapes, maritime scenes, bouquets of flowers, fishes and a variety of other still lifes. In the 1980's he moved to the Parisian right bank and the Galerie Drouant, steps from the Elysée palace, became his agent of record. Pascal's works have been exhibited worldwide: New York, LA, Chicago, Tokyo, London and throughout Europe and his works sold at auction extensively.
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