Lucien Levy-Dhurmer "Two Faithful Hearts" Pastel
This Symbolist pastel by Lucien Levy-Dhumer, is titled "Deux coeurs fideles qui ont souffert sous le joug allemand et esperent la delivrance française," meaning "Two faithful hearts which have suffered under the German yoke and hope for French deliverance." The two women are meant to represent the two lost provinces of Lorraine (left) and Alsace (right). Both French Art Nouveau figures are dressed in the traditional costumes of their respective provinces.
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Artist: Lucien Levy-Dhumer
Dimensions: 33" height, 22" width (unframed); 39" height, 28" width (framed)
Materials: Pastel, Giltwood and gesso frame
Signed: ''Lucien Levy''