- Creator / Artist / Designer:René Boreux (1886- ? )
- Period:20th Century / 1930
- Country of Origin:Belgium
- Dimensions (H x W x D):36 x 66 x 5 cm
- Weight:1 Kg
- Style:Art Deco / Post Impressionism
- Materials:Oil on canvas
- Belgium Delivery:30€
- France Delivery:40€
- Europe Delivery:60€
- Worldwide Delivery:100€
Painting by Rene Boreux representing the village of Samson and the overflow of the Meuse following the floods of 1930.
The touch is quite free with impasto, which exalts the colour and light.
Oil on canvas in very good condition, painting in its beautiful original frame in perfect condition, total dimensions: 47x77cm.
Signed in the background lower left and located and dated on the back by the artist (see images)
René Boreux was born in 1886 in Namèche in the Namur region.
He is a landscape painter from Namur in the Meuse valley influenced by the impressionist movement. He is a painter of the land as shown in this painting which immortalizes the floods of 1930 near Namèche.