LA LEGENDE DU CHEVRIER, 1927
Oil on canvas: triptych: main canvas 93 x 71 cm / 36.6 x 27.9 in and 2 side canvases 93 x 47 cm / 36.6 x 18.5 in
Signed and dated '1927' lower right on the main canvas; titled and dated "La légende du chevrier, 1927" on the reverse of each canvas
Painter of figures, religious subjects, harbor views, views of the Scheldt, beaches, seascapes and landscapes; decorator and illustrator.
Georges Frédéric was the son and the pupil of Léon Frédéric. He got his training at the Academies of Schaerbeek and Brussels (1919-1924). He was also a pupil of Henri Privat-Livemont, Herman Richir and Jean Delville.
Georges Frédéric had a slightly synthetic style.
He decorated several ships ensuring the connection Ostend-Dover.
Schaerbeek (Brussels) 1900-1981
Ixelles - Mons - Schaerbeek (Brussels)
P. Piron, "Dictionnaire des artistes plasticiens de Belgique des XIXe et XXe siècles", Ohain 2011, Vol. 1, p. 589-590.