Waterlilies, Giverny

Listing No: 475

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Artwork Info

FAE Listing No:
475
Artist:
Claude Cambour (1940-2012)
Title:
Waterlilies, Giverny
Date of Work:
c. 1987
Signature:
"CLAUDE CAMBOUR" at lower right
Where Produced:
France
Presentation:
Framed

Artwork Medium

Type:
Painting
Sub Type:
Plein Air
Medium:
Oil
Support:
on Canvas

Artwork Size & Weight

Primary:
39 x 39 in.
Outer Dimensions:
43.25 x 43.25 in. (Frame Outer Dimension)

Artwork Surface

Texture:
Varied - Overall

Artwork Condition

Condition:
This painting is in very good condition. There is no evidence of traction cracking or paint loss.

Artwork Provenance

Collection:
Dorothy and Mat Garland Collection
Provenance:
From the Collection of Dorothy and Mat Garland. Acquired directly from the artist.

About this Piece

Dorothy and Mat Garland were taken to Giverny, France by a friend. Since their friend was a frequent visitor to Giverny, she said she was going to go over to visit with the artist who was painting on the far bank and suggested they wander around on their own. When they finished their self guided tour, they also went over to see what the artist was painting. They thought his painting was beautiful and worked out a cash deal for the painting as the artist had an exhibition of his paintings in California scheduled but have no American dollars to take with him. this painting hung over the Garland fireplace for many years.

About the Artist

Claude CAMBOUR was born in Dreux, west of Paris in 1940. Cambour’s first major artistic inspiration was the post-impressionist artist Maurice de VLAMINCK who he knew through his grandfather who worked as Vlaminck’s gardner for many years. After his military service, in Germany and in North Africa, he settled in Paris, where his proximity to other artists helped spark his growing passion for painting.

He later found that the landscape of Normandy provided such fertile subject matter for his painting that he decided to settle there permanently. From there, in 1985, he started giving workshops in Giverny. This allowed him to paint the same landscape and pond immortalized by his favorite painter, Claude MONET. Although through his career Cambour often returned to paint at Giverny in a similar impressionist style as Monet, his pallet was much brighter and saturated than Monet’s.

CAMBOUR was an advocate of those artists who continued to work in the style of and promote Impressionist and post-impressionist ideology. He was represented in the United States by Wally Findlay gallery in Chicago.

His translated biography on the website “Giverny Village” states, “In all weathers, Claude CAMBOUR travels the countryside. He likes to be close to nature in search of flowery landscapes, reflections in the water. His paintings express color, light and romance. With his classic and traditional style, he has earned an enviable position as a representative of the impressionist movement he venerates. His determination to follow the quality of the Impressionist movement has earned him recognition and a worldwide reputation.”

The website also announced, “Claude CAMBOUR died accidentally on Wednesday, January 25, 2012 in Giverny.
He was in his 72nd year.”

"The whole sky is the dome of my church and every painting I make
is a prayer that I hang on the walls of life for you." Claude CAMBOUR

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