Michele Delacroix - "Moulin Rouge a La Nuit"
This piece is aa:
- Newly custom framed in a top quality gold wood frame
- It is double matted in gold and off-white
- The framed piece measures approx. 17" x 19"
FRAMING ALONE IS WORTH OVER $150
CONSIDERED TO BE THE TOP PRIMITIVE ARTIST IN THE WORLD In the U.S. alone, Delacroix's work has been featured in over 275 one-person shows, from New York City, Boston, and Washington, D.C., to Los Angeles, Carmel, Denver, Seattle, and San Francisco. Abroad, his work has been exhibited in France, Switzerland, Germany, Luxembourg, England, and Japan, and forms part of the permanent collections of the Musee International d'Art Naïf and the Foundation Max Fournay in Paris, and of private collections around the globe. In 1995, Michel Delacroix was named an Official Artist of the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Ganges and commissioned to celebrate the 1996 Games in an oil painting. Titled Atlanta 1886-1996, Delacroix's stunning work was used to create an Official Poster for the 1996 Games and a special Limited Edition. In 1994, Delacroix was also honored by the U.S. Olympic Committee, which selected him to serve as an Official Artist and commissioned him to mark the one-hundredth anniversary of the modern Olympic Games in a painting. The resulting work, 1896 Olympics, was itself used to create an Official Poster and a beautiful Limited Edition. In 1995, Delacroix also became the Official Artist of the 1995 Special Olympics World Games
Michel Delacroix "Moulin Rouge a La Nuit"