Georges Artemoff (1892-1965)
Georges Artemoff (1892-1965)

View of Najac with the Saint Blaise bridge

Georges Artemoff (1892-1965)
View of Najac with the Saint Blaise bridge
oil on board
16 x 16¾ in. (40.5 x 42.5 cm.)
Acquired from the family of the artist by the present owner.
Exhibition catalogue, Georges Artemoff, Castres, 1990, listed p. [2], illustrated p. [2], no.13.
Exhibition catalogue, Rétrospective Artemoff, Toulouse, 1992, illustrated p. [10].
Exhibition catalogue, Artemoff, Monsempron, 1998, listed p. [65], illustrated p. [21].
Castres, Centre Théron, Georges Artemoff, October-November 1990, no. 13.
Toulouse, Conseil Général de Haute Garonne, Rétrospective Artemoff, May-June 1992.
Monsempron, Château Prieural, Artemoff, July-October 1998.
Montauban, Musée Ingres, Les campagnes de l'An 1, June-October 2001.

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In 1942 Georges Artemoff moved to Najac, a small town in Aveyron in the South of France, with his second wife Jeanne Astre. He only stayed in the region for a few months, during which time he painted the present work depicting the Saint Blaise bridge, which was built in the 13th century.

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