Mother and Daughter by Pierre Duteutre, DAC Collection

$625.00

18″ x 21 1/2″ Original painting by Pierre Duteutre. The over all appearance of “crackle” is intentional by the artist. Buyer pays for shipping.

Duteutre lived from 1911 – 1989

Pierre Duteurtre was born on 10 July 1911 at Val d’Oise. His career began as a draftsman in 1930.
From 1934 to 1939, he worked for Paris Publishing Society (PES). From 1947, he worked for publications Marijac where he created  his series, Marijac scenarios, most famous Sitting Bull. This comic series included 277 plates, from 1948 to 1953 and it appeared in the journal Coq Hardi .   Duteurtre worked for Marijac until 1968 and shortly thereafter devoted himself full-time to painting.   His influences were the great French Impressionists including Renoir, Monet and Signac.

Pierre Duteurtre died November 9, 1989 of a stroke.

The above is a little hard to decipher as it was copied from another source which used a French to English translation.