An attractive 20th century oil on canvas by Pierre de Clausade depicting a French coastal scene.
Pierre de Clausade was born in Paris on April 15, 1910 and trained as an architect before turning to painting. After attending the Beaux-Arts Academy in Paris, Pierre de Clausade began endless experiments in an effort to develop an entirely personal method of expression. He goal was to develope a style that is unique, and highly recognizable by anyone who sees his paintings today.
Pierre de Clausade exhibited regularly at the Societe des Beaux Arts. In 1945, he was accepted as a member of the Salon d'Hiver. With the continuance of his Salon exhibitions, Clausade began receiving invitations to exhibit more extensively including in Rio de Janeiro, Boston, New York and Dallas. In 1955, Clausade won the Prix de Poésie in Paris.
W50.5" x H43"