Alfred Renaudin (Born in 1866); Sunflowers; Signed and dated: 1887; Oil on canvas, 62 x 41 inches (157.5 x 104 cm)
Alfred Renaudin was a painter of landscape, flowers and genre. He lived and worked in Paris. He was born at La Neuveville-les-Reon (Vosges). French School. Student of Petitjean. He was a member of the Societe 'hors-concours' of French Artists, where he exhibited until 1899. He achieved 'mention honorable' in 1896, a third class medal in 1899, and a second class medal in 1908 and he was decorated with the Legion d'honneur in 1934. Paintings by this artist are in the Museums at Dieppe, Nancy and Nice.
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