Le Port de Dieppe

Gustave Loiseau
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oil on canvas

50 x 61 cm

signed and dated lower left: G Loiseau, 1903

a handwritten adhesive label with inventory no. 7575 of the Galerie Durand-Ruel, Paris, a handwritten photo number 5035 by Durand-Ruel, and the Gallery Abels label on the stretcher on the reverse

the work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity by Didier Imbert


Galerie Durand-Ruel, Paris, January 1904

The Lefevre Gallery, London

Sale, Christie’s, London, 28 November 1989, lot 306S

Sale, Van Ham Kunstauktionen, Cologne, 14 November 2014, lot 549


Französiche Meister das Nachimpressionismus, Galerie Abels, Cologne, 1962, no. 13


This work will be included in the forthcoming Gustave Loiseau catalogue raisonné currently being prepared by Didier Imbert.


Between 1901 and 1929, Gustave Loiseau made at least five visits to Dieppe, a small fishing port on the coast of Normandy, where he painted numerous views of the town and its environs, capturing different perspectives, various weather conditions and changing lights from different times of the day. The landscapes were painted in a bold, spontaneous manner, characterised by luminous colour and short, interlocking brushstrokes, creating an intricate, lattice-like structure.

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