Original Acrylic on Canvas French Café Scene by Patricia Govezensky

Patricia Govezensky (20th Century)

Original Acrylic on Canvas French Café Scene by Patricia Govezensky

List Price $4,800

This delightful French Cafe Scene by Patricia Govezensky is an Original Acrylic on Canvas and measures 30" x 40". Patricia Govezensky insists on the highest quality paints and canvases from Belgium and it shows! Her paintings are reminiscent of the "Fauve" period in the early 20th century - first advanced by Matisse - in that they "capture" a moment that is meant to be observed - hallmarks of Fauvism. Her pieces are so vibrant, colorful and are a true asset to any décor - modern (in black lacquer), and are equally mesmerizing framed in the more traditional gold gilt framing - very versatile. This piece has recently been professionally stretched and is ready for a liner/framing of your choice!

UNFRAMED: HEIGHT: 30 in | WIDTH: 40 in

Category Paintings
Period 20th Century

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"Research provides that the "Fauve painters were the first to break with Impressionism as well as with older, traditional methods of perception. Their spontaneous, often subjective response to nature was expressed in bold, undisguised brushstrokes and high-keyed, vibrant colors directly from the tube." Patricia's biography online shares that she was born in Tel Aviv in 1961 and educated and raised in Israel where she studied art. She graduated with distinction in her art studies at the Avni Institute and the Art Academy at Ramat Hasharon. “Patricia . . . brings to her canvas the immortal effeminate woman . . . [inviting] us to share the public intimacy of an informal French Café.”"