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Port de Nice

Jonathan Ross Gallery

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Era:
Vintage
Condition:
Excellent
Country of Origin:
France
Materials:
oil on canvas/wood frame
Size:
3" L x 30" W x 25.5" H
Color/Finish:
multi

Why We Love This

Oil painting by Suzanne Duchamp (French, 1889-1965) circa 1925 and signed by her in the lower right corner. She was the sister of Marcel Duchamp, Jacques Villon and Raymond Duchamp-Villon, all accomplished artists in their own right. She studied at the École des Beaux-Arts in her native Rouen and exhibited her work numerous times at the Salon des Indépendants in Paris. Displayed in a painted and glazed molded wood frame. Artwork, 24"W x 19.5"H.
As described by Jonathan Ross Gallery

About Jonathan Ross Gallery

The gallery philosophy is to acquire and offer only those unique works I admire and consider to be of exceptional value. The foundation for this is the expertise gleaned over 35 years in the business of buying and selling fine art, owning three New York City galleries, and exhibiting at major art fairs. We go forward with this tradition. Ars longa, vita brevis.