Oil on wood panel - Ref 02109
by Louis PEYRAT (1911-1999)
France, 1950s

Place du Tertre in Montmartre

with frame: 65,5x76,5x5,5 cm - 25.8x30.1x2.2 inches
without frame: 50x61 cm - 19.7x24 inches
12F format

Signed "Louis Peyrat" (see photo)
The condition is excellent!
In its period frame very well preserved

The site is known. Louis Peyrat has planted his easel on the square.
The café-restaurants, La Bohème du Tertre on the left, and Au Clairon des Chasseurs on the right, overlook the rue Norvins
bordered by the church of Saint-Pierre-de-Montmartre built in the twelfth century on a religious site dating from the sixth century.
Behind the church rises the Sacré-Coeur which dominates the district like the rest of Paris

Louis Peyrat gives us here a representative painting of his work. His post-impressionist touch on static forms
and solidly architected brings this grain of poetry that we can still feel today when we walk on the square
at calm hours, and here is perfectly captured