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ARTIST

CHARLES PERRON

Perrons depictions of rural French life, be they an intimate cottage scene, a delicate still life or a beguiling nude, demonstrate a faultless technique and highly developed technical skills. They bring a sense of calm and joy to the viewer.Perron had a complete mastery of shape and of delicate hues, a wonderful sense of design and an expert command of his medium, reminiscent of the 18th Century French master Jean-Baptiste Chardin.

Perron's paintings drew acclaim from art connoisseurs and the French establishment who awarded him many honours; of these the Gold Medal at the Salon in 1928 stands out.No collection is complete without a painting by this most talented of artists, so thought the curators of the museums at Rennes, Nantes, Cambrai, St. Nazaire, and the National Museum of Modern Art in Paris, to name but a few, and we wholeheartedly agree with this rationale.

CHARLES PERRON

A Quiet Moment

CHARLES PERRON

Vieille porte a Tharon

CHARLES PERRON

Bouquet

CHARLES PERRON

The Cottage Doorway

CHARLES PERRON

Vase de Roses

CHARLES PERRON

The Stone Bench

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