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Emile LÚvy (1826-1890) "The flower girls", oil on panel, 1876 22000 EUR
Emile LÚvy (1826-1890) "The flower girls", oil on panel, 1876
Fantastic quality and wonderfully themed, original work of well-known French artist of the 2nd part of 19th century, Emile LÚvy.
Emile LÚvy (1826 Paris - 1890 Paris) was a pupil of Abel de Pujol and Francois Edouard Picot. In 1854, he received academic Grand Prix de Rome, which allowed him a scholarship for Italy. He debuted at the Salon de Paris in 1848 and was awarded its medals in 1859, 1864 and 1866. LÚvy was also awarded medals at Parisian World Exhibitions of 1867 and 1878. Most known among his works are decorative paintings that he made for various municipal buildings in Paris. His works were acquired by many French museums. MusÚe d'Orsay alone counts in its collection 9 of LÚvy's oil paintings, as well as a great number of his drawings. Similarly, foreign museums house in their collections paintings of Emile LÚvy.
Our images nr.10-13 show several other paintings by Emile LÚvy that were sold at international art auction market in the last years.
Creation Year: 1876
Measurements: UNFRAMED:40,0x30,0cm/15,7x11,8in FRAMED: 52,4x43,0cm/20,6x16,9in
Object Type: Framed oil painting
Style: La Belle Epoque
Technique: oil on panel
Inscription: signed and dated: Emile Levy /1876
Creator: Emile Levy
Creator Dates: 1826 Paris-1890 Paris
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