Oil painting, Nude by Arnulf De Bouche circa 1920.
Beautiful 20's Nude Oil by Arnulf De Bouche
Signed by the artist, housed in a good ornate gold leaf frame.
Framed size 79cm H x 87cm W x 10cm D.
Arnulf de Bouché (born July 6, 1872 in Munich, † March 25, 1945 in Langkampfen) was a German nude, genre and still life painter.
Born the son of the glass painter Karl de Bouché (1845-1920), he received his first painting lessons from his father, then studied since November 2, 1863 at the Royal Academy of Arts in Munich with Gabriel von Hackl and Paul Hoecker.
Since 1901 he exhibited his works in the Munich Glass Palace, in 1914 he took part in the Great Berlin Art Exhibition.
The main theme of his work were women's acts, often in the Orient milieu, and the names of the depicted women were marked by oriental eroticism.
Some of his works are in the collections of German museums, z. For example, the self-portrait of 1912 in the Stadtmuseum Nürnberg, but most of the pictures came in private collections.