Montmarte - Elisé MACLET (1881-1962)

3.200
20th century
Modern Art
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From: 75006, Paris 6e Arrondissement, France

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    Lovely little oil on panel

    MACLET (1881-1962) born to a laundress mother and a gardener father.
    He learned to draw from Abbé Deleval, a watercolourist in his spare time. He is one of the painters of the Montmartre school.

    Legend has it that the painter Puvis de Chavannes met Abbot Deleval and the young Maclet in the countryside. The painter would then have taken an interest in the young man's sketch, and would have advised him to train as a painter. But D'Elisé's father reportedly objected.

    In 1906, however, Maclet settled in Paris and carried on odd jobs, but continued to paint.

    He frequents Montmartre, the Moulin de la Galette and its artists, and sells his works to regulars.

    His oil paintings, painted with a brush or a knife, are of genuine simplicity. The colors are expressive and warm.
    His works, with naive charm, are present in many museums in France, but also in the United States.

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    Style Modern Art (Landscape Paintings of Modern Art Style)
    Century 20th century (Landscape Paintings 20th century)
    Artist Elisée Maclet
    Length (cm) 42
    Height (cm) 36
    Materials Painted wood
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 8-15 Business Days
    Location 75006, Paris 6e Arrondissement, France

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