French Town Gates Watercolour Painting c1936 signed L Bertin Moreau
Louis Bertin Moreau 1883-1958
On good Art Paper unframed
Details in pencil on the back
This is typical of his watercolor sketches, he also designed the film set for the 1929 Film the Count of Monte Cristo
Louis Bertin Moreau
an apprenticeship in a lithography workshop, he moved to Paris in 1900
where he worked as a painter and engraver under the influence of Bernard Naudin who was his compatriot and his friend.
During the First World War , he collaborated with the
Semeur , newspaper clandestinely printed in 1916 by Maurice Charron (known as Pierre Chardon ) then at
La Forge , magazine of art and literature (1917-1920).
In 1950, his home in Neuilly, appears on the list of anarchist homes to be monitored by the police.