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Two Nude Studies by Fouquet (c. 1930s)

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Two paintings both oil on board (c. 1930s), newly framed. These two paintings are to be acquired as a pair.  They depict a nude seated young man with a shepherd's stick and the second, a nude bearded man gripping a studio handrail. The subjects appear to be posing for a drawing class or specifically for artist, Fouquet. Signed: << Fouquet >> in lower right-hand corner on bearded man work; signature obscured by paint but present in lower-left area in portrait of younger man.  

Dimensions with frame (both):

H 52 cm

W 39 cm

Dimensions without frame (both):

H 44 cm

W 32 cm