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Abel Bertram Oil Painting "Moulin de Poulguen"

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Abel Bertram (French; 1871 – 1954)
Moulin de Poulguen, n.d.
Oil on board
Signed to lower left
Titled and inscribed to verso

An oil painting on canvas titled Moulin de Poulguen by French Post-Impressionist Abel Bertram (1871 – 1954). Portrayed with textural impasto and patched of pigment, this work is signed to the lower left. An inscription to the verso provides the title and reads ‘Avil Pinmar’. A label from Des Cadres, Paris is also adhered to the verso. The painting is presented in a gesso and wood frame with a gray finish.

A student of Léon Bonnat and Antoine Guillemet, Abel Bertram became known for his Post-Impressionist still lifes, landscapes, and figural paintings. He exhibited his work at the Salon des Indépendants, the Salon d’Automne, the Salon des Tuilleries, and the Salon National des Beaux-Arts.


- wear in frame includes chips to molding, stains, scratches, and finish loss throughout.


18.0" W x 15.5" H x 2.0" D

- measurement of frame; board size measures approximately 13" W x 10.75" H.

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