Charcoal pencil on clear paper, circa 1950
George Monzena Pissarro (1871–1961) was a French Jewish post-impressionist artist. Was the son of the artist Camille Pissarro, his artistic style developed under the influence of his father's large circle of friends who visited their house(among them, Paul Cezanne, August Renoir, Claude Monet, Edouard Manet, Paul Gogin, Toulouse-Loutrak and most of the artists of the period,
This is the biggest work the artist has done on paper!
There are flaws in the work
The work has been stored for over 40 years in the artist's studio
Purchased from the artist's estate by the Machloof Collection of Modern Art (through Leighton Fine Art Gallery in London)