André BALOUZET DE TIGNY (1896-1968) "Village perched" gouache on paper framed under glass French school
André BALOUZET DE TIGNY (1896-1968) "Village perched" gouache on paper framed under glass
André Balouzet de Tigny is the last child of a family living in Lyon, from the Balouzet and Tillard families.
Member of the Jullian Academy. He was a pupil of Baschet and Royer, before criss-crossing France and making works in the wake of Maurice de Vlaminck. Hard works, often dark or with marked and thick features, Balouzet de Tigny will present these strong pieces at the Salon around 1920/40 and at numerous exhibitions of Parisian circles.
Beautiful gouache on paper signed at the bottom right De Tigny, French school XXth
Representation of a landscape certainly Provençal where one sees a village perched with mountain at the back can be the Alps of Haute Provence
very well executed gouache with beautiful colors
note that the gouache is gondola it would require to be marbled
Pretty modern wooden frame
59 x 74 cm frame
45.5 x 58.5 cm on view
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