Martin Coulaud (1860-1906) - Late 19th Century Oil, Leading Her Flock
DescriptionA fine late 19th Century oil scene showing of a young woman leading her sheep down a worn dirt path near a French convent in the hills. The bucolic nature of the painting has much of the essence of the Barbizon school which only just preceded the life of this artist. The artist has signed to the lower right corner and the painting has been presented in a simple 20th Century gilt frame. On canvas.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration. Some minor tarnishing to the frame.
47 x 64cm (18.5" x 25.2")Framed Size: 58 x 75cm (22.8" x 29.5")
Little is known about the life of Martin Coulaud. Born in the village of Cournon in the Auvergne region of France in 1860, he was elected to the Society des Artistes Français in Paris in 1903. His works are almost invariably landscape scenes of peasant life, often focusing on sheep and shepherds.
|Artist||Martin Coulaud (1860-1906)|
|Date||Late 19th Century|
|Dimensions||47 x 64cm|
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