Frédéric Bonin Pissarro Oil Painting of Le Rosier Sauvage, Late 20th Century
Frédéric Bonin Pissarro (French-American, born 1964)
Untitled (le rosier sauvage), late 20th century
Oil painting on canvas
Signed to the lower right
Frédéric Pissarro, the great grandson of renowned French Impressionist Camille Pissarro, 1830 – 1903), was born and raised in Paris, France. He first studied painting with his father before attending the Ecole de Sèvres from 1983 – 1984, and then the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-arts (ENSBA) from 1984 – 1988, where he studied with Jacques Yankel (France, 1920 – 2004) and Antonio Segui (Argentina, born 1934). After his schooling he settled in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he taught at the Art Institute of Cincinnati, and then went on to receive a Bachelor and a Masters of Arts from Morehead State University in Kentucky. Pissaro incorporates elements of Fauvism and Neo-Impressionism into his colorful abstract works which he refers to as ‘expressive figurative’.
- negligible abrasions and scratches to the frame and mat.
- measures the frame; sight measures 19.5" W x 23.5" H.