Fernande Horovitz-Edwards, Large Oil on Canvas, Bathers, 1930s

Large oil on canvas - Ref 05009


France, 1930s


with frame: 117,5x90x4 cm - 46.3x35.4x1.6 inches

without frame: 114x87 cm - 44.9x34.25 inches

The canvas rolled originally given its dimensions has been relined years ago. The condition is excellent!

Signed lower left "Edwards"

The condition is excellent!

This painting is a major work of this painter whose universal recognition remains to be done. Fernande Horovitz-Edwards is one of those painters born with Impressionism. Auguste Renoir is very present in this post-impressionist work, but it is part of the neo-realist current of the inter-war period. These greens and blues would not spoil a work of Charles Dufresne. Woman herself, Horovitz-Edwards paints women, and symbolism is often present in her works. This atmosphere of serenity, these affectionate maternities are a counterpart to the terrible period lived by the West, its resentments, its fears and its indelible consequences. An illustration of more than in the work of Fernande Horovitz-Edwards the woman is resolutely the future of the Man.

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