Oil paint on panel - signed
Robert Boudry (Ieper, 1878 - Berchem, 1961), first half of the 20th century.
Beautiful still life with mushrooms in front of a copper pan.
Reflected on the background resulting in a unit of colour.
Beautifully framed behind glass.
In very good condition, despite its old age.
Size panel: 40.5 cm x 35.5 cm.
Size frame: 57 cm. x 53 cm.
A special and beautiful type of blue and an almost Fauvist colour scheme. Lights with thick paint style.
Well-known painter’s family. Son of Aloïs, father of Paul, nephew of Jules and grandfather of Nele. He was taught by his famous father Aloïs Boudry and attended the academy of Antwerp where he was taught by E. Joors and Frans van Leemputten. He was a very famous Antwerp painter due to his cityscapes and especially due to the alleys, but he was also known for his landscapes, flowers and still lifes. In his still lifes, his palette became more pure, his style lighter and the colours more varied and translucent. The light became the praised element; also in the reflection. Several pieces of his work are included in Belgian museums and were auctioned off in gallery 'G. Giroux' in Brussels.
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:-) niet is schoener dan a wuve in heire pure!
Correct verloop van de afhaling aan huis bij de vriendelijke en deskundige verkoper.
De bronzen buste van Lambeaux is prachtig en beantwoordt helemaal aan de beschrijving ervan tijdens de veiling.
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