"Douceur Bleue"

Emile Bellet


Title:
"Douceur Bleue"

Medium:
Hand-Embellished Giclee on Canvas

Unframed Size:
20.25" x 25.25"

Framed Size:
29.5" X 34.25"

Edition Size:
50

Condition:
Excellent

Purchased Year:
2006

Purchased from:
Gallery

Certificate:
Yes

Certificate
Issued By:
Gallery

 
Asking Price:
$2,800.00 - Framed

Framed without Glass or Plexiglas:
silver wood molding with white matting over canvas

Hand signed:
Signed lower right




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Emile’s paintings are known for the mysterious female he includes in his compositions. His wife, his daughter, and musings on an idyllic kind of woman are all sources for his inspiration. The familiar female figure used throughout his work is symbolic of his impression of femininity. She represents all women and for this reason, has no facial expression. She is timeless, ageless, and universal. He also paints her in stages – first in blonde, then in brunette, and finally with red hair.





"Douceur Bleue"

Emile Bellet

Title:
"Douceur Bleue"

Medium:
Hand-Embellished Giclee on Canvas

Unframed Size:
20.25" x 25.25"

Framed Size:
29.5" X 34.25"

Edition Size:
50

Condition:
Excellent

Purchased Year:
2006

Purchased from:
Gallery

Certificate:
Yes

Certificate
Issued By:
Gallery

 
Asking Price:
$2,800.00 - Framed

Framed without Glass or Plexiglas:
silver wood molding with white matting over canvas

Hand signed:
Signed lower right




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Emile’s paintings are known for the mysterious female he includes in his compositions. His wife, his daughter, and musings on an idyllic kind of woman are all sources for his inspiration. The familiar female figure used throughout his work is symbolic of his impression of femininity. She represents all women and for this reason, has no facial expression. She is timeless, ageless, and universal. He also paints her in stages – first in blonde, then in brunette, and finally with red hair.