Paul Chocarne-Moreau. Chacun prend son plaisir où il le trouve, painting

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Paul-Charles CHOCARNE MOREAU (1855-1931)

"Chacun prend son plaisir où il le trouve" (Everyone finds pleasure where they may)

Oil on canvas signed lower right, titled on label on verso
Within gilt stucco wood frame with decoration of shells, cross-bars and blossoms bearing a cartouche with caption Hors Concours (outside competition)

Height: 81 cm (31-3/4 in.) - Width: 60 cm (23-1/2 in.)
Frame: 85,5 x 107 cm (33-1/2 x 42 in.)

Cracklings, wear on borders and one minor re-painting on upper left
Minor accidents on frame

Paul-Charles Chocarne-Moreau was from Dijon, France. He studied at the School of Fine Arts in Paris then was a student of Tony Robert-Fleury then William Bouguereau. He exhibited regularly at the Salon of French Artist after 1882-1883. The artist is known for his small genre scenes illustrating Parisian life with young boys such as choir singers and baker trainees in amusing and playful situations. He sort of serves as a special witness of an era with a humorous touch.

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