Maxime NOIRÉ (1861-1927), Orientalist School, "Jeune Kabyle," oil on canvas, signed on the top right, Dimensions: 40.5 x 32.5 cm. Nice 19th century grooved frame. Frame size: 63 x 55 cm
Self-taught, Maxime Noiré went to Algeria for health reasons and settled circa 1882 in Algiers, where he acquired a reputation as an Orientalist painter. Travelling to southern Algeria, where he discovered the oases and Aurès and after having a workshop in Algiers at the Frais-Vallon, in the Garden of Essay, and near Bab El-Oued, he eventually settled in Bou-Saâda, the fame of which he contributed to make in the wake and with Étienne Dinet.
In 1905, he was appointed Official Painter of the French Navy and the Colonies. He is one of the founders of the Society of Algerian and Orientalist Artists.
Carefully packed tracked shipment.
- Maxime Noiré (1861-1927)
- Titel des Kunstwerks
- Jeune Kabyle
- Öl auf Leinwand
- Verkauf mit Rahmen
- 40.5×32.5 cm
- 55×63×7 cm