Paysage de Colline

Paysage de Colline is a colorful original watercolor painting on paper, realized at the first decades of XX century by the Belgian Art Nouveau artist, Louis Adolphe Charle Crespin (1859-1944).

In very good conditions, with bright colors, at the back a black ink stamp "Atelier Million&Assoicés".  Published in the "Repertoire Benezit". 

Adolphe Louis Charles Crespin (Brussels 1859-1944)

Adolphe Crespin is a Belgian painter and decorator of the Art Nouveau period, mainly active in Brussels. He is one of the great masters of Art Nouveau alongside Paul Cauchie, Privat Livemont and Gabriel Van Dievoet as well as the illustrated poster.

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€450.00
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SKU
M-115718

Paysage de Colline is a colorful original watercolor painting on paper, realized at the first decades of XX century by the Belgian Art Nouveau artist, Louis Adolphe Charle Crespin (1859-1944).

In very good conditions, with bright colors, at the back a black ink stamp "Atelier Million&Assoicés".  Published in the "Repertoire Benezit". 

Adolphe Louis Charles Crespin (Brussels 1859-1944)

Adolphe Crespin is a Belgian painter and decorator of the Art Nouveau period, mainly active in Brussels. He is one of the great masters of Art Nouveau alongside Paul Cauchie, Privat Livemont and Gabriel Van Dievoet as well as the illustrated poster.

Discover other beautiful artwork on Wallector.com!

More Information
Artist Adolphe Charles Crespin
Typology Original Paintings
Technique Watercolour
Dimensions (cm) 24.7 x 31.1
Country of Manufacture France
Country of Manufacture France
Subject Abstract, Arts/painters

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