“Place de la Concord” is a well executed print of beauty and quality by artist Andre Boyer born in 1909. Very few of the serigraphs of Andre Boyer appear in the marketplace, probably because those owning them, enjoy them sufficiently as to not offer them back into the market for resale.
The image size is 16” X 22” plus full margins. This print is pencil signed and numbered by the artist and is in mint condition.
This richly colored print has been beautifully translated from an oil painting into a high quality serigraph.
Andre Boyer, born in Paris, France in 1909 liked to paint evening scenes of activity in Paris. He frequently focused on those activities taking place on the Left Bank and Montmartre.
He was greatly influenced by the painter Edouard Cortes whose works are gaining in popularity, sales and value throughout the world which would lead one to believe the art of Andre Boyer may likely follow this trend.