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Charley Garry (1891-1973) "Moulin Rouge, Can-Can", oil on canvas, 1930s 2900 EUR
Charley Garry (1891-1973) "Moulin Rouge, Can-Can", oil on canvas, 1930s
Charley (Charles Achille) Garry was born in 1891 in Paris and died in the same city in 1973. He was a pupil of Gabriel Ferrier, Jules Adler and Francois Flameng, debuting in 1912 at the Parisian Salon des Artistes; also exhibited at the Salon de la Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts and Salon Independants. Ca. 1925 he painted plafonds of the famous Brasserie Lipp (151, Boulevard Saint-Germain, Paris) with African scenes. He was also a known poster designer.
Our images nr.7-12 show several other works of this artist.
Condition: good; on verso one minimal patch from a professionally restored dot hole; nothing visible on the front of the painting
Creation Year: 1930s
Measurements: UNFRAMED:92,0x60,0cm/36,2x23,6in FRAMED: 106,5x74,5cm/41,9x29,3in
Object Type: Framed oil painting
Style: Modern Art
Technique: oil on canvas
Inscription: signed: Charley Garry
Creator: Charley Garry
Creator Dates: 1891 Paris-1973 Paris
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