Vue panoramique de Saint-Tropez by Paul Leduc

  • The French Riviera is presented in bright color in this oil on canvas by Belgian artist Paul Leduc
  • The landscape is distinctly modern with dynamic impressionistic brushwork
  • Leduc is best known for his luminous, painterly landscapes such as this
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Paul Leduc
1876-1943 | Belgian

Vue panoramique de Saint-Tropez
(Panoramic View of Saint-Tropez)


Signed "Paul Leduc" (lower left)
Oil on canvas

The extraordinary landscape of the French Riviera is presented in bright, fresh color in this oil on canvas by Belgian artist Paul Leduc. Entitled Vue panoramique de Saint-Tropez, the work captures Saint-Tropez and the shimmering sea from a high vantage point, framed by a small grove of trees. The landscape is distinctly modern, bringing an post-impressionistic style to the brink of colorful abstraction and achieving a wonderful atmospheric quality. Masterfully rendered with a studied use of complementary colors, rich textures and dynamic brushstrokes, this composition exemplifies Leduc’s artistic virtuosity.

Paul Leduc began his artistic studies under Joseph Coosemans in Tervueren before attending the Mons Academy under Antoine Bourlard. He then studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp with Albert Baertsoen. He traveled across Europe, finding inspiration in the landscapes and cityscapes of Belgium, France, Italy and more. He is best known for his luminous, painterly landscapes such as this.

Early 20th century

Canvas: 18 1/8" high x 23 7/8" wide
Frame:  22 3/4" high x 29 1/4" wide
Vue panoramique de Saint-Tropez by Paul Leduc
Period: 1816-1918
Origin: Belgium
Type: Paintings
Depth: 2.13 Inches
Width: 29.25 Inches
Height: 22.75 Inches
Style: Post-Impressionism
Canvas Width: 23.875 Inches
Canvas Height: 18.125 Inches
Vue panoramique de Saint-Tropez by Paul Leduc
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