Medium: Oil on canvas
Measurements: W 46cm x H 56cm
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Pierre de Clausade ‘Basin d’Arcachon’ signed under the pseudonym name of André de Lievin.
Signed: André de Lievin
Date created: Circa 1960
Dimensions: Please note the dimensions of this work when framed are approximately 58cm x 70cm
Provenance: Held in a private collection, purchased from W. B. Simpson & James Connell Gallery, Glasgow
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Pierre de Clausade (1910-1976)
Clausade was born in Paris 1910. An accomplished landscape painter in a contemporary manner. Pierre de Clausade enjoyed many successful exhibitions in his hometown of Paris and later in America. His distinctive talent lead him to achieve his membership of the Salon d’ Hiver and frequently exhibited at the highly acclaimed Société National des Beaux Arts.
Artwork by Clausade can be found in the Boston and Minneapolis Museums as well as in private collections across the world. Clausade specialised in painting landscapes and seascapes, notably around Paris together with seascapes of Brittany and the Loire.