Originally Posted by T.Wayne
albert lebourg- the st. marne park.
french impressionist, trained in art school and was a teacher himself.
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ALBERT LEBOURG (1849-1928)
La Marne au Parc-Saint-Maur
signé et daté 'A Lebourg 1912' (en bas à gauche)
huile sur toile
66.2 x 120.5 cm. (26 1/8 x 47 3/8 in.)
Peint en 1912
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Art Impressioniste et Moderne
20 May 2011
"Inspired by the Normandy countryside in which he grew up, Albert Lebourg became a lifelong painter of landscape, particularly of the waterways of France such as the Seine and the Marne. Although influenced by the Impressionists and friendly with Monet, Degas and Sisley, he forged his own individual style in which a shimmering surface of fluid brushwork is underpinned by a strong, perfectly balanced composition based around complementary colours." Read more...