Description & Technical information

It was in 1888 that Moret met Gauguin at Le Gloannec in Pont-Aven. Even  though he was destined to be an impressionist painter, meeting Gauguin opened his eyes to the Synthetist experience, from which we can find
obvious traces in a few of his paintings produced before 1900.

In 1889, the date on which "Baignade de mer à Lomener" was painted, Moret mostly lived in his house in Pouldu, but he also o en stayed at Larmor, the town just next to Lomener. It is also during this period that he met
in Lorient Célina Chatenet who would become his wife.


Certificate of authenticity issued by Mr Philippe Jamault, July 30th, 2001. Certificate of authenticity issued by Mr Jean Yves Rolland, March 7th, 2009.



Date:  circa 188ç
Period:  19th century
Origin:  Suisse
Medium: Oil on canvas
Signature: Signed lower right: Henri Moret ; Lomener

Dimensions: 48.5 x 60 cm (19¹/₈ x 23⁵/₈ inches)
Provenance: Private Collection.
Françoise-Laurent Guignard Collection, France, 2001.

Literature: This work will be included in the Catalogue Raisonné de l'oeuvre peint d'Henry Moret being prepared by Mr Yves Rolland.

Categories: Paintings, Drawings & Prints