Early distant landscape with Pyrenees and figures of peasants was created in 1831 by a famous French architecture, landscape and historical painter Charles Caines Renoux, born 1795 in Paris (died there in 1846). Works of the artist are located in many European museums and palaces: in Paris, Amiens, Leipzig, Nantes, Orleans, Versailles. Renoux is listed in Art Lexicons by Benezit, Thieme-Becker, Nagler.
Inscription: signed and dated lower right "Renoux 1831"
Technique: oil on canvas.Salon gold-plated frame.
Measurements: unframed w 39" x h 28 1/2" (99 x 72.5 cm), framed w 44" x h 34" (117 x 95 cm)
Condition: in very good condition