'The Fisherman' by Gabriel Vié (circa 1940s)
'The Fisherman', oil on board, by Gabriel Vié (circa 1940s). This artwork depicts a solitary man fishing in a river surrounded by abundant foliage. He is portrayed as simply one of many natural entities in the bountiful, bucolic habitat. The fisherman is serenely interconnected with the trees on the bank, the plants sprouting from the earth and the fish in the lake. This artwork is newly framed with a French-style linen slip and in good overall condition. It has been recently cleaned and preserved by an art restoration professional assuring its condition for decades to come. It is signed by the artist in the lower right hand. Please enjoy the many photos accompanying this listing. Upon request a video may be provided.
About the Artist: Gabriel Vié (1888-1973), from the French School of painters most widely associated with the genre of river paintings and natural landscapes. The artist's works have been sold extensively at the well known European-based auction houses.
Dimensions with Frame:
H 67 cm / 26.4"
W 58 cm / 22.8"
Dimensions without Frame:
H 53.5 cm / 21.1"
W 45 cm / 17.7"