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Cendrillon

Artist: Jan Frans De Boever (Gent 1873 - 1949 Gent)
Technique: Paint on paper mounted on cardboard
Condition: Excellent condition
Signed: Yes 
Sales with list: Yes (Original frame)
Measured image (in cm):  58 cm on 48 cm 
Overall dimensions (in cm) : 90 cm on 80 cm 
Obtained: Auction
Remarks: The works was treated at our restauration department (aerosol chamber treatment against mold).  The frame was repaired and repainted.

Provenance:  Work is described by Jan Boddaert in the Oeuvre Catalog.  Expo 1930, Vermeld in La Flandre Libérale van 28.2.30, Afgebeeld in RDB blz. 6, Tentoongesteld Gent 1987.

Here, De Boever gives a very personal view of the ending of the classic story of Cinderella. In search of Cinderella, the prince lets every girl in the land try on the shoe. He also ends up with a mean whore, and by a devilish coincidence, the shoe fits perfectly on her foot. As he reverently kisses her hand, the wicked Cinderella turns her head away and, with a mocking, pitying look in her eyes, she plans how she can suck this naive loser and make her dance to her tune. (Jan Boddaert)

2.950,00
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Artist: Jan Frans De Boever (Gent 1873 - 1949 Gent)
Technique: Paint on paper mounted on cardboard
Condition: Excellent condition
Signed: Yes 
Sales with list: Yes (Original frame)
Measured image (in cm):  58 cm on 48 cm 
Overall dimensions (in cm) : 90 cm on 80 cm 
Obtained: Auction
Remarks: The works was treated at our restauration department (aerosol chamber treatment against mold).  The frame was repaired and repainted.

Provenance:  Work is described by Jan Boddaert in the Oeuvre Catalog.  Expo 1930, Vermeld in La Flandre Libérale van 28.2.30, Afgebeeld in RDB blz. 6, Tentoongesteld Gent 1987.

Here, De Boever gives a very personal view of the ending of the classic story of Cinderella. In search of Cinderella, the prince lets every girl in the land try on the shoe. He also ends up with a mean whore, and by a devilish coincidence, the shoe fits perfectly on her foot. As he reverently kisses her hand, the wicked Cinderella turns her head away and, with a mocking, pitying look in her eyes, she plans how she can suck this naive loser and make her dance to her tune. (Jan Boddaert)