André RAGEADE (1890-1978): 'Hunter', 1930's charcoal drawing, signed

 

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André RAGEADE (1890-1978): 'Hunter', charcoal drawing and white gouache on paper, signed on the bottom left 'A.Rageade'. Newly framed under glass with silver lacquered wood frame.

1930's

Drawing : 21,6 x 29 cm - 8 1/2 x 11 7/16 in
Frame : 34,9 x 42,3 cm - 13 3/4 x 16 5/8 in

Bibliography

Emmanuel BENEZIT: Dictionnaire des peintres, sculpteurs, dessinateurs et graveurs. Paris. Gründ. 1999. Vol.11, p.397b.

Andre RAGEADE (1890-1978):
Born in Chatou near Paris in 1890, Andre RAGEADE was a painter of still-lives and was also doing drawings, water-colors and pastels. He was painting since his childhood. During the First World War, he is wounded and sent back home. He became an art professor in Rochefort, then Amiens and finally in Paris. He was exhibiting in the Salon des Independants and Salon d'Automne in Paris. His way of painting crossed differnet periods, the post-impressionism, the symbolist-realism and the post-cubism.
His Atelier has been sold in 1990.

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