French school, 19th century.
Édouard Hippolyte Margottet, born in Saint-Quentin (France) on May 24th, 1848 and died on December 16th, 1887 in Saint-Gérand-le-Puy (Allier, France), was a French painter.
A student of Pills, he began at the 1869 Salon with a portrait of a woman, which stood out thanks to an excellent work on the light. In 1870 he exhibited the portrait of Mr. Gustave Aimard, a novelist who then had friends in high places, and the portrait of Noel Martin, actor at the Odeon. He continued to exhibit portraits, paintings of flowers and still lifes with vigorous colours.
Oil on canvas.
Signed Margottet in red in the bottom right-hand corner.
Height: 60 cm - Width: 80 cm.
Period frame: 110 cm x 90 cm.
It requires a restoration of a paint chip and cleaning.
To collect on-site.
It may be delivered 50 km around Marseille (13005, France).
- Édouard Hippolyte Margottet
- Titel van kunstwerk
- Nature Morte au Lièvre
- Olieverf op doek
- Handgesigneerd, rechtsonder in het rood
- Dient te worden gerestaureerd
- Verkocht met lijst
- 30 kg
- 60×80 cm
- Totale afmetingen
- 90×110×15 cm