Antique painting with roses - Andrè Lagrange
60 x 120 cm (excluding frame) - oil on canvas
Still life. Floral arrangement with white and yellow roses and carnations. The bouquet is contained in a red vase with chinoiserie decorations. On the right a bud interrupts the symmetry of the composition, balanced by a book on the left, on which two roses stand.
André Lagrange (1889-1958)
Painter, decorator and illustrator, he was a pupil of the academic painter Fernand-Anne Piestre, known as Fernand Cormon (1845 -1924), author of the furnishings of the casinos of Trouville, Cannes, Deauville and Pau. With René-Georges Gautier, draftsman, illustrator and painter, he was a member of the Committee of the Association of Veteran Painters and Sculptors, established in Paris in 1931.
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