Gaston de Latush-Gaston de Latouche ((Saint-Cloud, France, 1854 - Paris, 1913).) - French post-Impressionist painter, sculptor and engraver.
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Self-taught, first working with 1880 with domestic scenes like the Dutch painting of XVII century. He was found in the salons of Paris in 1884 and 1888, the universal exhibitions in Paris in 1889 and 1900. de Latush was appointed clerk and knight Legión de Honor in 1900 and 1909. Accordingly, received numerous commissions to decorate the halls Palacio del Eliseo, Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Justice in Paris. In 1908 he exhibited more than three hundred works in the Gallery Georges Petit.
At the 1890th academic style Latush became freer, more lyrical, uses a palette of close Impressionists. Unlike many of his contemporaries Latush liked to write pastoral picnics artists like the 18th century. Such as Antoine Watteau and Jean-Honore Fragonard.
In the soft lamplight work of de Latush can easily imagine playing a string quartet of Claude Debussy and Reynaldo anomalies and freshness of the evening breeze, the scent of flowers wafting through the green arch grille terraces. In the distant sky, fireworks celebration flickering crowns of gold and pink light.