|Title:||La Place de L'Opera|
|Style:||Acrylic on Canvas|
|Size:||15 x 18" (small)|
|Frame:||Yes, black frame|
|Price:||Please Call For Pricing|
Demonchy claims to have always drawn in his spare time. In 1944 he began to make watercolors which he sold to support his family. 1948 He received his first exhibition in New York. His inspiration was initially the landscapes of Yonne, the region where he worked as a child. He always drew on personal experiences for the subjects of his paintings. He is often considered to be in the first rank of French self-taught artists following such luminaries as Rousseau and Bauchant.