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Edward Cucuel (American, 1875-1954, Woman in a Blue Dress, first half 20th century

Edward Cucuel (American, 1875-1954, Woman in a Blue Dress, first half 20th century

Item Description:

Oil on canvas, signed lower left, depicting a woman in a blue dress sitting at a table outside, near the edge of the water, with gilt wood frame


Appears to be in good condition. Please contact for specific condition questions. Not examined out of the frame. Lofty does not guarantee the condition or authenticity of frames.

About The Artist:

Edward Cucuel was born in San Francisco in 1875. Cucuel began his studies at age 14 at a local design school and then studied at the Académie Julian and École des Beaux Arts in Paris. Cucuel moved between Paris and New York before settling in Munich until the beginning of World War II. He developed his Impressionist style in Germany. This painting is a beautiful example of the artist's best known subjects, namely women in sun-soaked landscapes. Cucuel depicts the woman here looking serene and blissful, encompassed by the lavish landscape around her. Source: AskArt, Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940", and AAA 1919- 33; WWAA 1936-41; Pasadena Star-News, 4-21-1954 (obit).


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