1930, 'Apples' Suzanne Cappiello


Second quarter 20th Century

United Kingdom

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1930, 'Apples' Suzanne Cappiello

Fabulous still life painting by listed French artist Suzanne Cappiello (1880-1969). Two russet apples on a starched linen table cloth, a lemon and a paring knife. Richly executed with thick luscious strokes, flashes of electric kingfisher blue underpainting.

About the Artist
(1880-1969). French.
Painter of figures, portraits, nudes, flowers, animal and wife of graphic artist Leonetto Cappiello.
She exhibited in Paris at the Salon of the National Society of Fine Arts from 1930 to 1938 and the Salon des Tuileries in 1934.

Frame: Width X Height
CM: 71 x 49
Inches: 28 x 19
CM: 56 x 34
Inches: 22 x 13 1/2
Medium: oil on board
Provenance: French School, signed and dated 1930 lower right
Date; Early 20th Century
Condition; Good, some bumps and knocks commensurate with age.


Second quarter 20th Century

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