Item #AT-0227

"French Floral Still Life" by Lucien Delarue (1925-)


"French Floral Still Life" Oil on Canvas, by Lucien Delarue (1924-)

Circa 1960 Framed in hand carved French gilt washed frame.




25.5"H x 20"W


32"H x 26"W

Lucien Delarue was born on November 10th, 1925 in Paris. He studied at the studios of Grande Chaumiere, Paris and was a pupil of Maitre Yves Brayer. He is best know as a French Impressionist. He loved to paint the streets of Paris with its stunning architecture and beauty. Also included in his repertoire is colorful French floral still life paintings, county cottages, harbor views, and river scenes.

At a very early age Delarue began taking part in exhibitions. Quickly he was talking medals for his works including first prize and the Vermeil-Medaille at the Salon Violet. Other gold medals include the Salon of Vincennes, and the Salon of Clichy (1973). In 1974 he won the silver medal at the Salon des Artistes Francais, and a bronze medal at the "Arts-Sciences-Lettres" exhibition in Paris.

He also exhibited works at the Museum of Ile de France in the chateau of Sceaux (1970), and many New York City, and San Francisco galleries.

Delarue memberships include the Salon des Artistes Francais and is a member of the French Watercolor Society. His paintings have been purchased by many of the municipalities in France including the city's of Paris and Clichy.