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Jac MARTIN-FERRIERES (French, 1893 – 1972) Overlooking the Valley "A winter Landscape in Dordogne" (France)

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PSM-49346
12 ½ in (21 ¾ in with frame)"w x 15 ¾ in (25 ¼ in with frame)"h

Jac MARTIN-FERRIERES (French, 1893 – 1972) Overlooking the Valley "A winter Landscape in Dordogne" (France) Signed Martin-Ferrières (lower right) Exhibition tag from the renowned Parisian Gallery: “Galerie des Anciens et des Modernes” Oil on board. Excellent condition Beautiful custom-made solid oak frame in the scratched and patinated modern style from the renowned Parisian framing house “RG” Rue Bonaparte. Jac Martin-Ferrières received his early training from his father Henri Martin the famous pointillist painter. He also received formal training at the “Ecole des Beaux-Arts” in Paris but soon escaped from Academic conventions and restraints. His regular submissions to the Salon des Artistes Français in Paris secured him a deserved success: he was awarded a Mention in 1920, the Silver Medal in 1923, a traveling grant in1924, the National Prize in1925, the Gold Medal and the Institute Prize in 1928. He was then appointed a member of the jury of the Salon and was able to exhibit “Hors-Concours”. Martin-Ferrières’ subjects of choice were views of the south of France and of Venice where he had several stays. He also particularly enjoyed painting in winter, more so from the 1950’s on. His snowy landscapes show a lot of lyricism. Martin-Ferrières first used a pointillist technique in his father’s footsteps then widened his brushwork and freed his style in balanced compositions rendered in subtle harmonies of ocher and green tones. He used a thick paste worked in superimposed layers whose surface he brought to life with glistening light.

Fontainebleau Fine Art

Jac MARTIN-FERRIERES (French, 1893 – 1972) Overlooking the Valley "A winter Landscape in Dordogne" (France)

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PSM-49346

Jac MARTIN-FERRIERES (French, 1893 – 1972) Overlooking the Valley "A winter Landscape in Dordogne" (France) Signed Martin-Ferrières (lower right) Exhibition tag from the renowned Parisian Gallery: “Galerie des Anciens et des Modernes” Oil on board. Excellent condition Beautiful custom-made solid oak frame in the scratched and patinated modern style from the renowned Parisian framing house “RG” Rue Bonaparte. Jac Martin-Ferrières received his early training from his father Henri Martin the famous pointillist painter. He also received formal training at the “Ecole des Beaux-Arts” in Paris but soon escaped from Academic conventions and restraints. His regular submissions to the Salon des Artistes Français in Paris secured him a deserved success: he was awarded a Mention in 1920, the Silver Medal in 1923, a traveling grant in1924, the National Prize in1925, the Gold Medal and the Institute Prize in 1928. He was then appointed a member of the jury of the Salon and was able to exhibit “Hors-Concours”. Martin-Ferrières’ subjects of choice were views of the south of France and of Venice where he had several stays. He also particularly enjoyed painting in winter, more so from the 1950’s on. His snowy landscapes show a lot of lyricism. Martin-Ferrières first used a pointillist technique in his father’s footsteps then widened his brushwork and freed his style in balanced compositions rendered in subtle harmonies of ocher and green tones. He used a thick paste worked in superimposed layers whose surface he brought to life with glistening light.

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