The Path to the Beach, Raymond Urbain Levi-Strauss (1881-1953). Oil on Canvas.

Raymond Urbain Levi-Strauss (France, 20th Century)

The Path to the Beach, Raymond Urbain Levi-Strauss (1881-1953). Oil on Canvas.
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The Path to the Beach, Raymond Urbain Levi-Strauss (1881-1953). Oil on Canvas.


The heat of the day is almost palpable in this lush, emerald colored landscape overlooking the azure waters of the Mediterranean. A mother and child are seen returning from a morning’s outing, animating the composition and adding a note of tenderness and nostalgia to the work. Signed lower right. Framed in delicately carved French gilded frame

FRAMED: HEIGHT: 32 in | WIDTH: 26 in
UNFRAMED: HEIGHT: 24 in | WIDTH: 18 in

Origin France
Category Oils
Period 20th Century
Style Unspecified

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Levi-Strauss was an extremely prolific painter, and participated in numerous salons in and around Paris between 1905 and 1921. He specialized in portraiture, genre and landscape painting, and sought his inspiration in the lush, luminous landscapes of the south of France.
His style is Post Impressionistic in his application of loose brushstrokes delicately applied to the canvas, thus creating a vibrant, luminous pictorial surface. His subtle use of light to brighten his palette of bold colors adds to the freshness and spontaneity of his compositions.