Alfred GODCHAUX 1835/1895 - Lighthouse by the sea and Fisherman's boat

Alfred GODCHAUX 1835/1895 - Lighthouse by the sea and fishing boat at the foot of the cliffs

Times : XIX°

Alfred GODCHAUX 1835/1895 - Lighthouse by the sea and Fisherman's boat

Signed: one signed lower left - one signed lower right
Period: French School XIX
Theme : Marine
Technique: Oil on canvas
Size: With frame 73 x 50 cm - Without frame 60 x 38 cm
Frame: Wood and gilded stucco 19th

Signed work

Technique used / Oil on canvas

Dimensions : 50 x 73 cm

Framing : 19th century gilded wood and stucco

Single work

Number of copies : 1

The Artist :

GODCHAUX Alfred 1835/1895

French Painter

French School - Barbizon School -

Influence: Jean-Francois Millet, Jules Breton, Jean-Ferdinand Chaigneau

Alfred Godchaux born in 1835 in Paris died in 1895 is a painter who has made many paintings including some with maritime subjects. He could be related to Emile Godchaux.

He frequented Gustave Courbet, and Eugene Isabey traveled to Europe and the East.

Source Bénézit.

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