Count Jean de la Forest d’Armaillé, of his real name, is an atypical painter. This descendant of a famous Breton family of the 11th century (a street of the 17th arrondissement of Paris carries his patronymic) cultivated his art with passion and discretion. No superfluous effects, but a lot of elegance in a subtle and precise palette. Like those horses that snort in freedom in the marshes of the Camargue. A true painter to rediscover.« Montparnasse » frame in gilded wood.
Signature: Signed lower left and titled on the back
Image rights: Noé Noé