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"Paris Street Scene 1990 18x22" by Gaston De Vel - Framed Oil on Canvas $4,500
Paris Street Scene 1990 18x22 Original Painting by Gaston De Vel
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Gaston De Vel

"Paris Street Scene 1990 18x22"

1990
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Hand SignedLower Left in Paint 
Condition Excellent 
Framed without GlassBlack Wood Frame With Inner Gold Trim,  
Purchased fromOther 2000 
Certificate of AuthenticityArt Brokerage 
LID89496
Gaston De Vel - Belgium

Art Brokerage: Gaston de Vel Belgian Artist: b. 1924-2010. This Belgium born painter spent his student years at the Academie Royal des Beaux Arts, Brussels, which he first attended at age 17 from 1941 to 1945. Classes ran six days a week - "I was taught to paint directly from life, so I could learn to visualize things as an artist in color, just like the Impressionists. Now these lessons are in my blood, a part of me." One of his most influential tutors was Alfred Bastien, a former winner of the Prix Godecharle and friend of Claude Monet and John Singer Sargent. Gaston believes he is one of the last painters to have been taught in the classical and impressionistic fashion by a tutor directly involved with some of the leading artists of that movement. Thirteen years were spent travelling, painting and exhibiting in the Belgian Congo until late 1960 when political events took a dramatic turn . On December 15 he arrived in New Zealand with nothing but peace and safety - it was worth losing everything just for that Gaston stated in an interview with the Auckland Star. Difficult years followed and initially Gaston worked as a sign writer in Auckland, eventually re-establishing himself as a professional artist. Painting in a sophisticated, impressionistic style Gaston interpreted lively scenes of sun drenched courtyards, fishing ports and geranium filled cafes affording New Zealanders a welcome glimpse of exotic locations. He was awarded the Kelliher Art Prize in 1968. The 1980s saw several sellout exhibitions. Gaston's work is part of the permanent collection of Dunedin Public Art Gallery. Gaston De Vel passed away on Saturday 17 July, 2010. Listings wanted.

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