George Manzana-Pissarro, ‘Lyre bird’, Early 20th century, Noé Noé
George Manzana-Pissarro, ‘Lyre bird’, Early 20th century, Noé Noé
George Manzana-Pissarro, ‘Lyre bird’, Early 20th century, Noé Noé
George Manzana-Pissarro, ‘Lyre bird’, Early 20th century, Noé Noé
George Manzana-Pissarro, ‘Lyre bird’, Early 20th century, Noé Noé

He is the worthy son of his father, the great Claude Pissarro. Born in 1871 in Louveciennes, a chic suburb of Paris, he studied painting in the family and learned to love nature in the wake of Impressionism and of his father's friends : Monet, Renoir, Gauguin and Cézanne. From 1906, influenced by the Tahitian and Martinique scenes of Gauguin, he developed a penchant for orientalism and the watercolors of exotic animals dear to the enchanted world of Art Nouveau and Art Deco. He will exhibit regularly in the Salons et galleries of Paris, until the end of the 1930s.
Natural sharkskin frame.

Signature: Signed in the bottom

About George Manzana-Pissarro

French, 1871-1961, Louveciennes, France

Fair History on Artsy

2015
Armstrong Fine Art at IFPDA Print Fair 2015