An atmospheric view of the wild French Cote d'Azur coast on a greyish summer's day, where two small figures at a creek are looking out over the sea. Expertly sketched, it seems to me as if they are if huddled in bathrobes, having just returned from a swim.
On the verso, there is a second mediterranean view, painted probably not far from Agay near Saint Raphael, to judge by the red cliffs. It is this side that bears the artist's signature, Claudius Félix (born 1875), a French painter who had studied with Carolus Duran. Either side of the artwork could be displayed.
With the oil on board measuring 33.5 x 40 cm, the overall size including the original wood carved frame is 40 x 47 cm.
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