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Landscape of Indochina "Royal Pagoda, Tea Palace" by François de Marliave. French school signed and dated February 1912. Gouache on panel. Original frame. TBE. 25 X 19 cm

François de Marliave, born in 1874 in Toulon and died in 1953 in Draguignan, was a French painter traveler and illustrator from Aix-en-Provence, brother of the musicologist Joseph de Marliave, descendant of an aristocratic family from the Toulouse region.
He received commissions from the state and worked for the great couturier and art lover Jacques Doucet. He exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Français and the Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts from 1904 to 1926. In 1913 he exhibited at the Salon des Orientalistes Français.
He participated in various colonial exhibitions: Marseille (1922) Indochina, Antwerp (1930) Indochina, International Colonial Exhibition of Vincennes (1931) Palace of Angkor, International Exhibition of Paris (1937).

Works in the Quai Branly Museum (Paris) and the Pasifika Museum (Bali).
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Landscape of Indochina "Royal Pagoda, Tea Palace" by François de Marliave. French school signed and dated February 1912. Gouache on panel. Original frame. TBE. 25 X 19 cm François de Marliave, born in 1874 in Toulon and died in 1953 in Draguignan, was a French painter traveler and illustrator from Aix-en-Provence, brother of the musicologist Joseph de Marliave, descendant of an aristocratic family from the Toulouse region. He received commissions from the state and worked for the great couturier and art lover Jacques Doucet. He exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Français and the Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts from 1904 to 1926. In 1913 he exhibited at the Salon des Orientalistes Français. He participated in various colonial exhibitions: Marseille (1922) Indochina, Antwerp (1930) Indochina, International Colonial Exhibition of Vincennes (1931) Palace of Angkor, International Exhibition of Paris (1937). Works in the Quai Branly Museum (Paris) and the Pasifika Museum (Bali).

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