Paul Roux 1874 Landscape Watercolor Woman and Child Walking in Forest
Design Plus Gallery presents a Paul Roux 1874 Landscape Watercolor Woman and Child Walking in ForestThe painting is a beautiful landscape of a forest and a woman and child walking through it. The artwork has been wonderfully matted and perfectly framed to preserve its beauty and value. Signed + Dated.
“This is an exquisite piece of artwork that will add a unique touch to any home or office. It is an ideal artwork for any collector or art enthusiast. This artwork is a true testament to the skill and craftsmanship of Paul Roux and will surely be a cherished piece of artwork for years to come.
Born between 1835 and 1845, in Paris, died in March 1918, son of the painter Louis Roux (1817-1903), is a painter, printmaker and watercolorist French.
Pupil of Cabanel, he breaks away from academic teaching to work on the ground in the forest of Fontainebleau, near Paris,
then in Normandy and Brittany. He traveled to England, which he refers landscapes of the English countryside and the Thames,
exhibited at the Salon from 1882.
Paul Roux has regularly exhibited at the Paris Salon in 1870. He often presents prints (etchings) and watercolors characterized by a light touch and subtle, full of spontaneity. He was a member of the Society of French artists.”