Splendid oil on canvas painting of Marie Relin Calot, known for her lively cityscape and landscape, impressionism artwork. She was married in 1868 to his Fine Art teacher Pierre-Napoléon-Eugène Relin, a famous French lithographer, engraver and painter during late 19th century to early 20th century. This colorful artwork is depicting a busy street between the Place du Tertre and the Church of Saint Pierre with the view of Sacre Coeur Basilica in Montmartre section of Paris. It also features "Auberge de la Boheme" a famous meeting place of artists, locals and dancers from the moulin rouge, at that time. It is mounted in a custom made enameled wood frame. In good condition with traces of wear and details consistent to age. Kindly refer to the images as integral part of the descriptions. I do my best to provide photos that honestly reflect the character of the piece. Actual colors may vary slightly from photos.
Dimensions without frame: H 15.75" (40 cm) x W 19.70" (50 cm)
Height 18.70" (47.5 cm) Width 22.80" (58 cm) Depth 1.95" (5 cm)
Weight 3.30 lb (1.50 gm )
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