Art: Art Deco Paintings, Oil, Canvas, French
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I am in love with this woman (I hope my wife doesn’t mind). She is a real beauty, classic Spanish style, piercing dark eyes (green in color), beautiful alabaster skin with jet black hair and of course headpiece wrapped in lacework finished with pink/red flowers in her hair. Take a close look, her eyes will follow you anywhere, but you will have to buy her to take full advantage of this beauty. It is a dark painting, many shades of black, but very very detailed and striking. It comes in an original period frame. The piece is signed, but very difficult to read, it looks like I. Davig. Purchased in Argentina, classic beauty!
What a fabulous piece of original art by the international recognized Hungarian master Béla Kádár. This is of museum quality work. He was a very important artist with a prolific resume representing a life-time of achievements. You will find his work listed on every art site with strong sales and records worldwide. What you will not find are many large oil paintings like this. He did a lot of watercolors and drawings so a nice painting like this will always be extremely sought after by his collectors and those interested in a period art like this.
Artist Biography: Béla Kádár (1877-1956) is a Hungarian master, specializing in painting and drawing. Kadar incorporated themes of Hungarian folklore and peasant life into his art. His painting style reflected many of the artistic movements of the early part of the 20th century including expressionism, constructivism and cubo-futurism. Amongst his early interests was mural painting. Like many of the artists of his day he was drawn to Paris and Berlin, and by 1910 he had visited both cities twice. In 1923, Kadar showed his paintings in Berlin at the invitation of Herwath Walden. Walden was an important figure in the German avant-garde, being the publisher of the journal Der Sturm which featured the works of Franz Marc, Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky, Marc Chagall and Oskar Kokoschka. During the group exhibition at Walden’s gallery with other artist’s of Der Sturm, Kadar met Katherine Dreier whose Societe Anonyme was instrumental in bringing the work of the European avant-garde to New York. With her help two major exhibitions of his work were planned for the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the second of which in September 1928 Kadar travelled from Europe to attend.
Title: “Interior and Still Life” Medium: oil on canvas
Date: circa 1930
Size: 27 3/4” x 19 3/4”
This is an absolutely fabulous piece of artwork, signed by Claude Lacaze. The painting is beautifully executed, with lovely details, such as the woman’s posture and feminine style. The palette of rich earth-tones and the elements of Cubism in the background give the piece a modernist flair. The painter, Claude Lacaze, was born in France in 1938. He studied art in Bordeaux, had a one man exhibition at Paris Rue Visconti, and was professor of fine art at the College de Puyguilen. He was also a member of the society La Maison des Artistes. This painting (including frame) measures 28″ W x 35″ T. The painting measures 23″ W x 30″ T.
This is a very unique painting by Claude Lacaze, depicting a nude female. This is a modernist painting, with a cubist influence, The painter, Claude Lacaze, was born in France in 1938. He studied art in Bordeaux, had a one man exhibition at Paris Rue Visconti, and was professor of fine art at the College de Puyguilen. He was also a member of the society La Maison des Artistes. This painting (including frame) measures 29 W x 42 T. The painting measures 23″ W x 36″ T.
A lovely French oil on canvas depicting two women gazing in a mirror. The artist is Max Vernageau, circa 1940′s. 40″ W x 32.5″ H
French Russian socialite, Art Deco portrait.
Classic French Art Deco Nude.