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HUGE Antonio Devity (1901-1993) Oil Moulin Rouge, Paris (32" X 56") well listed Impressionist Artist- studied under Antoine Blanchard

Regular price $1,199.00 USD
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Huge (32"X 56" framed) (24" X 48" site) lovely Impressionist oil by famous well listed European painter Antonio Devity (1901-1993) depicting Parisian street scene of 18th arrondissement and Moulin Rouge in background. Oil on canvas, comes with period frame -Very collectible work by well listed painter who has high gallery prices. He studied under Antoine Blanchard which is quite apparent from the technique in this painting.

Title: Moulin Rouge, Paris

Signature: Signed on bottom right and gallery stamp on verso

Medium: Oil on Painting

Size: c. 24 X 48 inches unframed, c 32 X 56 inches with frame

Condition: Very good for age- No Paint loss or damage

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About artist:
Antonio DeVity (1901-1993)
Antonio De Vity was born in Reggio-Calbria in southern Italy. He lived in Naples and later moved to Rome where he was taught by Giacomo Balla, creator of futurism. He also lived and worked in Paris where he studied under Antoine Blanchard. He opened an art studio in Naples in 1950 which also became a meeting place for Neapolitan artists. He had Exhibitions in Brussels, Marrakesh, Madrid, Paris and other cities. DeVity sold his works for many years. His grandmother was originally from Paris. DeVity loved Paris and many of his popular scenes are of the Moulin Rouge, Notre Dame and le Cafe de la Paix. Antonio was educated at the Naples Art Lyceum and L'ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris.
DeVity's works have won international awards and he is recognized for his bright colors and impressionist treatment of the streets and waterways of Paris and Venice.