Oil on canvas by the French artist Yetivar Kaprielian titled "La Seine à Lavacourt à Contre-Jour" .
Yetvart Kaprelian was born in 1959 and began painting in the early 1980s.
He relies in particular on the landscapes of his daily life with an undeniably impressionist touch.
He painted many landscapes from Normandy and the Ile de France, often linked to the Seine, for which he developed a real passion.
His work is recognized worldwide, notably by the royal family of Morocco.
This work describes, as its name suggests, a bank of the Seine in the town of Lavacourt located in the Yvelines department.
Typical of Yetvart Kaprelian's work, this canvas shares a certain melancholy through the description of a daily scene.
The painted and gilded wooden frame allows a beautiful enhancement of the fine work of the artist.
The signature is visible at the bottom left.
The canvas is titled and signed on the back.
In addition, the canvas is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by G. LÉGER from the Galerie des Islattes.
Width: 41 / 22cm
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