Jacques Marie Omer Comoreyt, Fisherman at nightfall

Jacques Marie Omer Comoreyt was born on September 11 in Lectoure and died in 1963 in the Paris region.

In Paris he was a pupil of Leon Bonnat, Fernand Cormon and Albert Maignan. He distinguished himself at the salon of French artists and received numerous medals. A painter of seascapes, he particularly liked French, Italian and Oriental ports. But also genre scenes and interiors.
He is also an engraver and book illustrator.

Museums: Bayonne, Chamber of Commerce of Dunkerque, Evanston near Chicago, the Nichols school.

Our painting is painted on its original canvas, signed at the bottom left, cordial souvenir, dedicated to Mr. Rey.

Dimensions Length x Width x Height
10.62 × 1.96 × 8.66 in
XXth century
Fine Art

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