RESERVED JR Antique French painting of a farmhouse in a forest - oil on canvas. Signed A. Bailly 19" x 22"
RESERVED JR Antique French painting of a farmhouse in a forest - oil on canvas. Signed A. Bailly 19" x 22"
RESERVED JR Antique French painting of a farmhouse in a forest - oil on canvas. Signed A. Bailly 19" x 22"
RESERVED JR Antique French painting of a farmhouse in a forest - oil on canvas. Signed A. Bailly 19" x 22"
RESERVED JR Antique French painting of a farmhouse in a forest - oil on canvas. Signed A. Bailly 19" x 22"
RESERVED JR Antique French painting of a farmhouse in a forest - oil on canvas. Signed A. Bailly 19" x 22"
RESERVED JR Antique French painting of a farmhouse in a forest - oil on canvas. Signed A. Bailly 19" x 22"
RESERVED JR Antique French painting of a farmhouse in a forest - oil on canvas. Signed A. Bailly 19" x 22"
RESERVED JR Antique French painting of a farmhouse in a forest - oil on canvas. Signed A. Bailly 19" x 22"

RESERVED JR Antique French painting of a farmhouse in a forest - oil on canvas. Signed A. Bailly 19" x 22"


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This pretty painting of a farmhouse in a forest dates from the early twentieth-century. Oil on canvas. Signed A. Bailly
Condition and wear consistent with age and use.
Approx. overall including frame 19" x 22"
Approx. overall including frame 48cm x 56cm

Extract translated from Art Lyrique

Alexandre BAILLY - French painter decorator
(Paris 11th arrondissement, December 14, 1866 * - 1947)

Son of Alexandre Marie BAILLY (Paris 7th arrondissement, May 26, 1817 -), annuitant, and of Hélène Emélie LHOTE (Paris 3rd arrondissement, October 05, 1833 -), legitimized by their marriage in Paris 11th arrondissement on March 26, 1872 *.

Married in Paris 19th May 29, 1894 * Louise Suzanne JAMBON (Paris 3rd, July 02, 1876 * - Chalo-Saint-Mars, Seine-et-Oise [now Essonne], August 08, 1955), daughter of Marcel JAMBON, decorator.

He worked in association with his father-in-law Marcel Jambon from 1894 to 1908, then alone, for various theaters, notably the Paris Opera (1895 to 1923), the Opéra-Comique (1903 to 1924). When Jambon died, he took sole charge of the workshop, 73 rue Secrétan [today. avenue Secrétan] in Paris 19th arrondissement.


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