An original mixed media depiction of a social gathering at the Cafe de Paris
This is a very evocative mixed media depiction of a social gathering at the Cafe de Paris. It is newly framed with a gold tone slip, cream outer mount and black lacquer frame. It is signed A Meurice and was probably painted in the 1930s.
We have ascertained that Meurice was born in the late 19th century and died in anonymity in the 1950s in Mougins, Alpes-Maritimes. Apparently something of a bon-viveur he rarely worked on canvas due to the cost of the same and used whatever was to hand. He mostly worked in watercolour but also in watercolour and oil.
This painting is larger than the other one by the same artist that is on the site but would make a great pair.
Height: 20 3/4ins - 52.6cms
Width: 25ins - 62.5cms
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