Impressionist’s white roses
By Raymond Quibel
Rouen’s impressionist school, first half of the XXth century
H. 12,6 in. ; W. 16 in.
Provenance : Private collection in Grenoble, work acquired from the artist then transmitted by inheritance to the last owner.
Original gilt wood frame.
Raymond QUIBEL (1883-1978)
Raymond Quibel exhibited at the “Salon de l’École française” in 1912 and 1913 and then to “Société des Artistes Rouennais”, the “Société Nationale des Beaux Arts” in 1922 , the “Société des Artistes Décorateurs” from 1927 to 1931, and at the Galerie Georges Petit in 1918, 1920, 1923 and 1928. He is the author of seats and tapestries for the dining room of the ocean liner “Normandie”. First Prize of the Exhibition of Decorative Arts in 1915. He became a member of the Academy of Sciences, Literature and Arts of Rouen in 1950.