We recently discovered the Algiers-born French Art Nouveau artist Lucien Lévy-Dhurmer and were struck by the beauty of his work . His gorgeous landscapes were inspired by art of the Renaissance and by his travels to Europe, North Africa, and Asia.
Below: Landscape painting by Lucien Lévy-Dhurmer hanging in Picasso biographer Sir John Richardson’s living room. Photo via Wendy Goodman/Design Hunting.
Below: La Calanque a 6 heures du soir, c.1936, Musee d’Orsay, Paris.
Below: Les Roses d’Ispahan (after Gabriel Fauré) circa 1906-0.
Below: La Calanque – Crepuscule, no date given, private collection, Belgium.