Mona Rolla [Albert Mazon]
A stylish oil on board by Albert Mazon depicting a woman sat before a roaring fire. She turns her head, with back taut, as the fire’s intense glow illuminates her right side.
Albert Mazon was an exhibited artist and teacher who settled in Nice in 1946. He founded the Mediterranean Academy of Arts and Humanities and enjoyed a wide social circle of friends that included visiting students and other artists.
|Medium||Oil on board|
|Size including frame||21⅔” x 18⅓” / 55.5cm x 46.5cm|
|Year of creation||1937|
|Condition||Artwork in good shape with a couple of minor losses. The frame has some movement at the top but holds together fine.|