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Louis De Schryver's "Rue Royale, Paris" Museum Quality Giclée on Canvas **See Item Details. Shipping Cost Listed is INCORRECT.

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THIS ARTWORK HAS BEEN REDUCED FROM $495.00.

**THE SHIPPING COST LISTED IS INCORRECT. SINCE THE ACTUAL SHIPPING COST IS BASED ON SIZE, WEIGHT, AND WHERE YOU LIVE, SEND ME YOUR COMPLETE SHIPPING ADDRESS INCLUDING ZIP CODE SO THAT I CAN SEARCH FOR THE BEST SHIPPING COST FOR YOU. YOU CAN THEN DECIDE WHETHER OR NOT TO PLACE AN ORDER. THE TOTAL PACKAGE IS EXTREMELY HEAVY AND IS PACKED IN A VERY LARGE BOX AND WILL BE SHIPPED FEDEX INSURED.

**INTERNATIONAL BUYERS: Please send me your country and postal code. I will get the exact and cheapest International Shipping charge for you and send it to you so that you can decide whether or not to complete the purchase.

A Custom Framed Museum Quality Giclée On Canvas After Louis De Schryver's "Rue Royale, Paris"

A very rare large giclée on canvas, after an 1898 original oil painting on canvas titled Rue Royale, Paris, by listed artist Louis Shryver (French, 1862-1942) depicting a busy Paris street, with pedestrians, cars and horses, and flower sellers. It is signed in plate to the lower left and is presented in a Victorian gold gilded frame. Ready to hang.

The original masterpiece was created in 1898. Today it has been carefully recreated detail-by-detail, color-by-color to near perfection. While De Schryver successfully captured life's reality in many of his works. One can not help but have deep admiration for his talent. This work of art has the same emotions and beauty as the original. Why not grace your home with this reproduced masterpiece? It is sure to bring many admirers!

The original oil painting sold at Christie's Auction 23 April 1912, New York, Rockefeller Center, for $650,000, which far surpassed the Pre Sale Estimate of $250,000 - $450,000. According to the Provenance from MacConnal-Mason & Son, Ltd., London, the original painting was acquired by the father of the present owner and was formerly the PROPERTY OF AN ENGLISH PRIVATE COLLECTION.

FRAMED DIMENSIONS: 37 3/4" Width x 27 3/4" Height x 2 3/4" Depth.
IMAGE DIMENSIONS: 32¾" x 22¼"

Louis Marie de Schryver's painting offers a glimpse of the elegant life of the privileged class in fin-de-siècle Paris and captures the grand boulevards, bustling with flower vendors, fashionably dressed women and stylish horse-drawn carriages that characterized the City of Light in the Belle Époque.

In Rue Royale, Paris, de Schryver depicts one of the city's most famous streets. A popular destination for the wealthy in turn-of-the-century Paris as well as today, Rue Royal is known for its luxury shops and restaurants. De Schryver playfully calls attention to the street's fashionable character by placing a shop sign with the word 'Modes' in the upper left of the painting. Below, two women, one clad in an elaborate turquoise hat and dress and the other in a similarly ornate purple ensemble, affirm the meaning of the sign. Just a few steps ahead, a wet nurse, wearing the traditional red bonnet of her profession, appears in an intricate rose-colored cloak, holding a baby in an equally extravagant white gown. The pink of the wet nurse's attire echoes in the exuberant flowers spilling over the vendor's cart while the purple hues of the single burst of lilacs are picked up in the violet dress of the woman at the center of the composition. This lavender lady signals to her chic friend in the horse drawn carriage, adding another narrative note to the already engaging image.

Amidst these stylish, hurried Parisians, a single dog pauses at the lower edge of the canvas peering out at the viewer as if to invite us into the lively scene. We are led further into the composition by the rows of buildings that form plunging perspectival lines that terminate in the hazy grayish-blue outline of the Luxor Obelisk and the dome of L'Hôtel National des Invalides. With these recognizable monuments in the distance, de Schryver reminds us of Paris' rich cultural past in the midst of his image of buzzing contemporary life.

At age 17 in Sydney, Australia, at the World Expo, his bronze medal "Orgonas" turned his attention to everyday life.
The bustling life on the streets of Paris, the mood and the events of the streets, provided him with numerous themes such as the flower shops, which are a large part of this compilation, the beautiful and elegant women of Paris.
Realistic paintings are passed on by passion, his paintings are characterized by clear, fresh colors and light. In addition to his high technical abilities, spontaneity, details, offine scenes and the special moods of his paintings are among the most prominent representatives of "Belle Époque" painters.

In 1900 he won the Universellian gold medal and his career was unbroken until his 80th birthday. His paintings can be found in several French museums.

Louis Marie de Schriever (Louis Marie de Schyrver) was born in Paris on October 12, 1862 in the family of a famous journalist. Even in childhood, Louis showed creative abilities in painting. His first works, "Daisies and Chrysanthemums," "Violets and Spring Flowers," and two still-lifes were exhibited at the world-famous Paris Salon, when the author was only 13 years old (1876). And the most unusual thing was that he did not study No masters. Famous Philippe Russo suggested that Louis engage in his drawing school. It was unheard of at that time - a student younger than his classmates almost twice! But under the tutelage of Rousseau, he was not long. Already at the age of 17 he independently exhibits his works at the Salon, for one of which he receives a bronze medal. His first works, dedicated to Paris, were dated in 1886. There was "La Belle Époque", and everything was subordinated to her. Louis Shriver did not stay aside. His flower-girls were filled with such realism that they placed Shriver on the highest stage of painting "La Belle Époque". Newspapers wrote: "... His Paris scenes" bathe "in the light of a rare subtlety in shades. The large canvas "Le marchand des quatre saisons" 1895, hanging in the City Hall is a masterpiece of sensitivity ... "

However, there was in the life of de Shriver the moment when scenes from Paris life gave way to cars, the fashion for which flared a bright flame at the turn of the century. In the early 1900's he was fascinated by car racing, and tried to capture this miracle on canvas. Many of his automobile works were painted in impressionistic style with beautiful color and quick strokes. But ... they did not meet much recognition in the painting market, and by 1910, for financial reasons, he had returned to his favorite images of Paris at the turn of the century - the beautiful city, the beautiful ladies in his streets and the beautiful flowers in their hands.

From 1919 to 1925 he lived in Rhineland, in the occupied territory. By that period include all of his landscape paintings.
He died in Paris on December 6, 1942 at the age of 80 years.

GUARANTEED TO BE AS PICTURED AND DESCRIBED.
THIS ARTWORK HAS BEEN REDUCED FROM $495.00.

**THE SHIPPING COST LISTED IS INCORRECT. SINCE THE ACTUAL SHIPPING COST IS BASED ON SIZE, WEIGHT, AND WHERE YOU LIVE, SEND ME YOUR COMPLETE SHIPPING ADDRESS INCLUDING ZIP CODE SO THAT I CAN SEARCH FOR THE BEST SHIPPING COST FOR YOU. YOU CAN THEN DECIDE WHETHER OR NOT TO PLACE AN ORDER. THE TOTAL PACKAGE IS EXTREMELY HEAVY AND IS PACKED IN A VERY LARGE BOX AND WILL BE SHIPPED FEDEX INSURED.

**INTERNATIONAL BUYERS: Please send me your country and postal code. I will get the exact and cheapest International Shipping charge for you and send it to you so that you can decide whether or not to complete the purchase.

A Custom Framed Museum Quality Giclée On Canvas After Louis De Schryver's "Rue Royale, Paris"

A very rare large giclée on canvas, after an 1898 original oil painting on canvas titled Rue Royale, Paris, by listed artist Louis Shryver (French, 1862-1942) depicting a busy Paris street, with pedestrians, cars and horses, and flower sellers. It is signed in plate to the lower left and is presented in a Victorian gold gilded frame. Ready to hang.

The original masterpiece was created in 1898. Today it has been carefully recreated detail-by-detail, color-by-color to near perfection. While De Schryver successfully captured life's reality in many of his works. One can not help but have deep admiration for his talent. This work of art has the same emotions and beauty as the original. Why not grace your home with this reproduced masterpiece? It is sure to bring many admirers!

The original oil painting sold at Christie's Auction 23 April 1912, New York, Rockefeller Center, for $650,000, which far surpassed the Pre Sale Estimate of $250,000 - $450,000. According to the Provenance from MacConnal-Mason & Son, Ltd., London, the original painting was acquired by the father of the present owner and was formerly the PROPERTY OF AN ENGLISH PRIVATE COLLECTION.

FRAMED DIMENSIONS: 37 3/4" Width x 27 3/4" Height x 2 3/4" Depth.
IMAGE DIMENSIONS: 32¾" x 22¼"

Louis Marie de Schryver's painting offers a glimpse of the elegant life of the privileged class in fin-de-siècle Paris and captures the grand boulevards, bustling with flower vendors, fashionably dressed women and stylish horse-drawn carriages that characterized the City of Light in the Belle Époque.

In Rue Royale, Paris, de Schryver depicts one of the city's most famous streets. A popular destination for the wealthy in turn-of-the-century Paris as well as today, Rue Royal is known for its luxury shops and restaurants. De Schryver playfully calls attention to the street's fashionable character by placing a shop sign with the word 'Modes' in the upper left of the painting. Below, two women, one clad in an elaborate turquoise hat and dress and the other in a similarly ornate purple ensemble, affirm the meaning of the sign. Just a few steps ahead, a wet nurse, wearing the traditional red bonnet of her profession, appears in an intricate rose-colored cloak, holding a baby in an equally extravagant white gown. The pink of the wet nurse's attire echoes in the exuberant flowers spilling over the vendor's cart while the purple hues of the single burst of lilacs are picked up in the violet dress of the woman at the center of the composition. This lavender lady signals to her chic friend in the horse drawn carriage, adding another narrative note to the already engaging image.

Amidst these stylish, hurried Parisians, a single dog pauses at the lower edge of the canvas peering out at the viewer as if to invite us into the lively scene. We are led further into the composition by the rows of buildings that form plunging perspectival lines that terminate in the hazy grayish-blue outline of the Luxor Obelisk and the dome of L'Hôtel National des Invalides. With these recognizable monuments in the distance, de Schryver reminds us of Paris' rich cultural past in the midst of his image of buzzing contemporary life.

At age 17 in Sydney, Australia, at the World Expo, his bronze medal "Orgonas" turned his attention to everyday life.
The bustling life on the streets of Paris, the mood and the events of the streets, provided him with numerous themes such as the flower shops, which are a large part of this compilation, the beautiful and elegant women of Paris.
Realistic paintings are passed on by passion, his paintings are characterized by clear, fresh colors and light. In addition to his high technical abilities, spontaneity, details, offine scenes and the special moods of his paintings are among the most prominent representatives of "Belle Époque" painters.

In 1900 he won the Universellian gold medal and his career was unbroken until his 80th birthday. His paintings can be found in several French museums.

Louis Marie de Schriever (Louis Marie de Schyrver) was born in Paris on October 12, 1862 in the family of a famous journalist. Even in childhood, Louis showed creative abilities in painting. His first works, "Daisies and Chrysanthemums," "Violets and Spring Flowers," and two still-lifes were exhibited at the world-famous Paris Salon, when the author was only 13 years old (1876). And the most unusual thing was that he did not study No masters. Famous Philippe Russo suggested that Louis engage in his drawing school. It was unheard of at that time - a student younger than his classmates almost twice! But under the tutelage of Rousseau, he was not long. Already at the age of 17 he independently exhibits his works at the Salon, for one of which he receives a bronze medal. His first works, dedicated to Paris, were dated in 1886. There was "La Belle Époque", and everything was subordinated to her. Louis Shriver did not stay aside. His flower-girls were filled with such realism that they placed Shriver on the highest stage of painting "La Belle Époque". Newspapers wrote: "... His Paris scenes" bathe "in the light of a rare subtlety in shades. The large canvas "Le marchand des quatre saisons" 1895, hanging in the City Hall is a masterpiece of sensitivity ... "

However, there was in the life of de Shriver the moment when scenes from Paris life gave way to cars, the fashion for which flared a bright flame at the turn of the century. In the early 1900's he was fascinated by car racing, and tried to capture this miracle on canvas. Many of his automobile works were painted in impressionistic style with beautiful color and quick strokes. But ... they did not meet much recognition in the painting market, and by 1910, for financial reasons, he had returned to his favorite images of Paris at the turn of the century - the beautiful city, the beautiful ladies in his streets and the beautiful flowers in their hands.

From 1919 to 1925 he lived in Rhineland, in the occupied territory. By that period include all of his landscape paintings.
He died in Paris on December 6, 1942 at the age of 80 years.

GUARANTEED TO BE AS PICTURED AND DESCRIBED.

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