Pierre, André Bouey
Odalisque with pearl necklace.
Oil on canvas
Signed upper right
Dimensions: 54.5 x 65.5cm
With frame: 77 x 88 cm
Carved wooden frame.
A naked woman, adorned with jewelry, is lounging on a chaise longue. The curves of the armchair follow those of her naked body. Seeming to sunbathe, she relaxes in a very relaxed attitude.
The decor is modernist and cubist. Geometric forms with varied motifs are intertwined in superimposed planes.
The atmosphere is summery and marine.
Pierre, André Bouey is a painter of portraits, nudes and landscapes.
He is a pupil of the genre painter Louis Roger.
He exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Français, of which he became a member.
He was awarded the silver medal as well as the Marie Bashkirtzeff prize in 1937 and then the Robert de Rougi prize in 1938.