Watercolour from the 19th c - Signed on the bottom right
|Condition:||In good condition|
|Title of artwork:||Tunisie, vue animée de Gabes|
|Artist:||Emile Wauters (1846-1933)|
Tunisia, animated view of Gabes on the Mediterranean coast, between Sfax and Djerba.
Size: frame 29 x 24 cm - Painting 26 x 21 cm
Emile Wauters was a student at the Brussels Royal Academy of Fine Arts and later at Paris National Superior School of Fine Arts in 1867. He was quite quickly recognized for his talent.
He was sent to the North of Africa by the Belgian Minister of Fine Arts as a delegated artist. He painted in Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco between 1870 and 1880.
The painting is in perfect condition. It is annotated ‘Gabes’ bottom left and signed bottom right Authenticated signature.
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|Member since:||June 10, 2016|
Very Nice, arrived quickly, very pleased
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically. Would you like to see an automatic translation?Beau tableau, mais un reproche, bien plus sombre que sur le catalogue.
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Très déçu par le tableau qui manque de luminosité, contrairement aux photos.
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|Rest of the World||$ 46.69|
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