This prominent original French Watercolor under glass hails from PARIS.
It has the most unparalleled colors and artistic technique we have seen.
It is signed by the artist on the back and front, “H Pannard”.
it is from the 12th district in Paris, 41, rue du rendez-vous.
It is not a print. It is a Genuine watercolor.
We date it to the C1910.
The Wild Roses are picturesque and the piece has a calming presence”.
The colors are soft and dreamy.
It is under glass and comes with the oriignal carved frame, also lovely.
Ready to provide a grace note to your chateau.
Measures approx. 4x6".
If you collect French Art or Watercolors from the early part of the LAST Century this piece would certainly be a favored addition to your COLLECTION.
The street is the Rendezvous relatively old street of the old town of Saint-Mande already present as a path on the map Albert Jouvin of Rochefort (1672). It owes its name to the fact that it was at that time a former hunting lodge of in the Bois de Vincennes. She reports to Paris in 1844 in the capital's annexation of part of the territory of Saint-Mande.