George Mosson (1851-1933)

Artist Name George Mosson (1851-1933)
Title Lilac Floral Still Life
Description This Impressionist floral lilac still life oil painting is by George Mosson, Berlin Secessionist..The painting is signed and dated 1923. It is an incredible, large vibrant floral just bursting off the canvas with colour. White and purple lilac are arranged in a green vase with a tassel around it. A book also lies on the table, perhaps denoting the passage of time.
Provenance Phillips auction rooms.
Medium Oil on Canvas
Size 30 x 22 inches
Frame House in a complementary frame, 38 inches by 28 inches and in good condition.
Condition Excellent condition
Biography George Mosson (1851-1933), French-German Impressionist School Oil on canvas . Mosson, who was born in Alsace-Lorain and moved to Berlin when 14 years old, was a founder member of the 'Berliner Secession' an art association founded in Berlin in 1898 as an alternative to the state run 'Association of Berlin Artists' which opposed the new impressionist movement. Mosson was part of the selection jury for the Berlin Secession Exhibition in 1908. His main works focused on impressionist landscapes and still life of which this is one. His works are on display in the Berlin National Gallery.
Price SOLD