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Marie BERTON-MAIRE (1894-1975) Oil on canvas Interior scene with a Meissen porcelain group on the table
The group represented in this painting is the Meissen model D287 of Paul Scheurich "Harlequin and Colombine
Signed lower right
Dimensions: frame 78 x 87,5 cm
frame: 83 x 92,5 cm
Marie Berton-Maire, born on December 28, 1894 in Roubaix and died on June 7, 1975 in Paris is a French painter, sculptor and draughtswoman, member of the Salon des artistes français.
She was a student of Ferdinand Humbert, Suzanne Minier and Pharaon de Winter, a member of the Union of Women Painters and Sculptors, a member of the Society of French Artists.
In 1928 she received an honorable mention at the Salon des artistes français.
She exhibited in 1929 at the Salon des humoristes a lost wax bronze: Contemplation.
She participated in 1930 in the artistic exhibition of the Circle of Industry in Roubaix with, among others, Remy Cogghe, Paul Barian, Charles-Henry Bizard, Jean Chaleyé and Henri Pailler.
She won the silver medal at the Salon des artistes français in 1931.
She exhibited in 1934 at the annual opening of the Society of French Artists with her work, "La vitrine en porcelaine".
She received a mention at the exhibition of the Arts of the Woman at the Grand Palais of the International Exhibition of Northern France in June 1911 and was awarded the gold medal at the Salon des artistes français in 1942.
She participated in 1944 in the Salon des Artistes, out of competition, with "Les pivoines blanches", oil on canvas.
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