Lithography by Desnoyer, 60s
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Lithograph made by Henri Deschamps , from Desnoyer French figurative painter (1894 - 1972).
Located in the city of Sete (France) in the 50s, François Desnoyer was a disciple of Fauvism as Cezanne, Gauguin and Matisse.
His growing reputation led him to paint and exhibit until Asia, the Modern Art Museum of Paris having also celebrated him.
At the end of the Second World War, Desnoyer settled in the city of Sete at the invitation of Jean Vilar. This is the city that he quickly choose to spend his summers, and then to live all year round.
This lithograph is a painting of Sete during celebrations of Saint Louis. The "St. Louis" is the Feast of Sète.
Width: 62 cm
Height: 79 cm
Depth: 5 cm
Weight: 6 kg
State: Excellent original condition