FRANKLIN MILTON ARMINGTON
PAYSAGE PRÈS DE LOUVIER
oil on panel
signed and dated 1924; also signed and titled on the reverse
8.5 ins x 10.75 ins; 21.6 cms x 26.7 cms
Paul Duval notes: “Apart from James Wilson Morrice, Franklin Armington was the only artist from Canada to seriously devote his attention to Paris. His French subjects are represented in the French National Collection; the Petite Palais, Paris, The British Museum, The Victoria and Albert Museum, the Library of Congress and other major institutions.
This work bears a stamp from the artist material supply store, Lucien Lefebvre-Foinet, Paris.
Paul Duval, Canadian Impressionism, McClelland & Stewart, Inc., Toronto, 1990, page 132.
Private Collection, Toronto
Department: Canadian Fine Art