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'Three Nude Women' by Louis Toncini (c. 1960s)


Three Nude Women, oil on board, in original frame, by 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. Toncini's art appears in museums, galleries and private collections around the world and has been auctioned by major international auction houses. 

This work of three nude women (c. 1960s) certainly relates visually to Picasso's groundbreaking 'Les Demoiselles d'Avignon' but with the vibrant colours he is known for. It is beautifully framed and signed in the lower left: << Toncini. L >>. In excellent condition. 

Dimensions with frame:

H 65 cm

W 57 cm

Dimensions without frame:

H 45 cm

W 37 cm