- Artist / Designer:Fernand Allard l'Olivier (1883-1933)
- Period:20th Century / 1912
- Country of Origin:Belgium
- Dimensions (H x W x D):31 x 40 cm
- Weight:2 Kg
- Style:Post-Impressionism / Neo-Impressionism
- Materials:Watercolor on paper - Gouache
- Belgium Delivery:30€
- France Delivery:40€
- Europe Delivery:60€
- Worldwide Delivery:100€
Painting representing a procession in Brittany, by Fernand Allard l'Olivier in 1912
Mixed media ( gouache & watercolour) framed under anti-reflective glass, in very good condition, signed and dated lower right.
Dimensions with frame: 58 x 49cm
Between 1912 and 1913 L'Olivier painted Brittany and its folklore including processions.
Wikipedia reference: ".... Together with his wife Juliette, they went to Brittany in the summer. He liked the light, and it was there that he found the inspiration for his first real success, Surprised Bathers (1912), a painting bought by the city of Tournai. Fernand Allard l'Olivier's Breton paintings, dated 1912 and 1913, are bursting with colour and life....."
Fernand Allard l'Olivier was born in 1883 in Tournai, Belgium and died in 1933 in Yanongé, Congo.
He was a great Belgian Africanist painter and illustrator of the 20th century, a portrait and nude painter. A traveller, he liked to sketch the moment, he was a painter of the front and the field.
Pupil of the Julian Academy in Paris in 1901, officer of the Order of Leopold, Knight of the Legion of Honour ....
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