Navy Charcoal Frank Boggs harbor boats ships for nineteenth century wars

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Superb charcoal representing a view of a harbor with boats moored war, Frank Boggs * vintage late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

This charcoal is in good condition it is in its own juice. It is under glass. It is signed on the back. Newest frame.

A note: it is slightly damaged in places (traces of old adhesives and small tears).

* Frank Boggs (1855-1926):

student at the Fine Arts of the inevitable Gérôme, especially as he enjoyed a landscape of both French and American fans. He participated alongside American impressionists to the World's Columbia Exposition in Chicago in 1893. However, it appears closer to Jongkind he knew, and that his paintings and watercolors from the Normandy coast and the banks of the Seine evoke freedom invoice and fluidity that the Impressionists strictly obédiance. He also worked in England, Holland and in the forest of Fontainebleau. Many of his works are in the Museum of Meudon. (See Dictionary Little Masters of Painting by Schurr and Cabanne).

Artist on ArtPrice good side.

Data sheet

  • Cadre 56,3 cm x 38,7 cm
  • Dimensions fusain 40,5 cm x 22,5 cm