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Catalog Landscapes > Ruelle Frère Hugo, Walcourt, 2013

Francis Gengoux : ''Ruelle Frère Hugo, Walcourt', 2013, acrylic on panel, 40 x 50 cm, satin varnish, with or without frame (choose option in Features). Certificate of authenticity established and signed by the artist. Unique piece. Cote Akoun.

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A proved technique

  • Panel 100% linen prepared with three coats of Gesso on universal coating.
  • Pigments of first quality.
  • Wooden frame 20 mm thick and 35 mm wide.
  • Satin varnish protected by a Carnauba wax film against scratches, hygrometric variations and UV rays.
  • Suspension system with two metal side pins attached to the inside to easily adjust the work to the wall.


American box

In addition to its valorisation and protection functions, the Natural Wood box brings depth; the work gushes towards the eye and seems to float while respecting the entire format.


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Inspiration


The Ruelle Frère Hugo bears the name of a monk goldsmith (12th century), Hugo de Walcourt, known as Hugo d'Oignies, "known, according to Hélène Cambier, as the greatest goldsmith of his time."

In his Walcourt in old postcards, Paul Lievens writes: "Victor Hugo, who was visiting our good city in October 1864, made a drawing of it preserved in Paris."

Today, this alley and the Basse-Rue remain useful to walk to the Grand-Place without passing through the Rue de la Montagne which, according to Paul Lievens, "exists only since 1848."



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