Fine Art by artist Dan Homeres - Description: (Part of a triptych - buy individually, or buy all 3 for $1490) "Le Bateau-Lavoir": Home to the greatest artists of the 19th and 20th century. The first tenant, the painter Maxime Maufra, moved in 1892. Picasso lived in Le Bateau-Lavoir from 1904 to 1909, during his Period Rose and beginning of Cubist phase, but kept his studio until 1912. His long-term fellow tenants were Van Dongen, Utrillo, Derain, Gris and Modigliani.

Le Bateau-Lavoir - 1

Dan Homeres
  • $600 + Free Shipping
Media: Watercolor / Ink
Image Size: 11 x 17
Framed Size: 17"h x 21"w x 0.75"d
Weight: 4.08 lbs
Frame Info: Black gallery frame with matting

This piece is currently being displayed at the Indy Commons in Independence, OR.

(Part of a triptych - buy individually, or buy all 3 for $1490) "Le Bateau-Lavoir": Home to the greatest artists of the 19th and 20th century. The first tenant, the painter Maxime Maufra, moved in 1892. Picasso lived in Le Bateau-Lavoir from 1904 to 1909, during his Period Rose and beginning of Cubist phase, but kept his studio until 1912. His long-term fellow tenants were Van Dongen, Utrillo, Derain, Gris and Modigliani.

Fine Art by artist Dan Homeres - Description: (Part of a triptych - buy individually, or buy all 3 for $1490) "Le Bateau-Lavoir": Home to the greatest artists of the 19th and 20th century. The first tenant, the painter Maxime Maufra, moved in 1892. Picasso lived in Le Bateau-Lavoir from 1904 to 1909, during his Period Rose and beginning of Cubist phase, but kept his studio until 1912. His long-term fellow tenants were Van Dongen, Utrillo, Derain, Gris and Modigliani.

Media Watercolor / Ink
Image Size 11 x 17
Framed Size / Shipping Size 17"h x 21"w x 0.75"d
Weight 4.08 lbs
Frame Type Black gallery frame with matting
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