Théophile Chauvel (aka Théophile Narcisse Chauvel) (1831–c1914)
“On the Heights at Trouville, near the Cordier Chalet”, August 1912, from a collection of similar panels by Théophile Chauvel purchased from a French dealer.
Oil on wood panel, not signed, annotated in brown ink on verso (“Sur les hauteurs à Trouville,/ près du chalet Cordier/ Août 1912/ Chauvel”) and stamped on verso with a monogram of an anchor with Caduceus in a shield.
Size: 15.2 x 23.8 cm.
Condition: the painting is in an unvarnished and good condition with small nail holes close to each corner. The edges of the panel on verso are chamfered and there are remnants of glue possibly from the panel having once been framed.
I am selling this small oil study on wood panel—clearly executed on location rather than in the studio—by one of the better known of the French printmakers of the 19th century, for AU$593 (currently US$395.67/EUR399.15/GBP349.17 at the time of posting this listing) including postage and handling to anywhere in the world, but not (of course) any import duties/taxes imposed by some countries.
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This print has been sold