A twentieth century oil on canvas streetscape of the picturesque village of Sanary by Eugène Baboulè
This painting has been cleaned and re-varnished. The frame dates from the early nineteenth-century.
His works have been exhibited in galleries including Paris, Marseille, Sete and Avignon.
An extract from Wikipedia:
Eugène Baboulène , born Eugène Louis Baboulène the August 18 , 1905 in Toulon , where he died on July 15 , 1994 is a painter and lithographer figurative French .
After the School of Fine Arts in Toulon, which he attended between 12 and 19 years old and where his first teachers were Edmond Barbaroux and Laurent Mattio, he followed Pierre Laurent's courses in Paris at the École nationale supérieure des fine arts , while enrolling in the National School of Decorative Arts . The painters he admired then were Pierre Bonnard , Édouard Vuillard , Vincent Van Gogh and Camille Corot. To meet his daily needs, he works as a night retoucher at L'Intransigeant newspaper .