Landscape with Houses at Ceret, painted by Juan Gris in 1913, is an oil on canvas artwork with Synthetic Cubism style. This painting measures 100 x 65 cm and is currently part of a private collection. Gris, a Spanish painter and sculptor, was associated with the emergence of Cubism.
The artwork features houses and a landscape in warm orange colors that characterizes this piece. Landscape with Houses at Ceret is a 100% hand-painted oil painting reproduction on canvas and is expertly stretched around North American Pine wood stretcher bars. Along with this painting, Juan Gris created Landscape at Ceret sunset, which also depicts the landscape of Ceret, a town in southern France.
To acquire a reproduction of Landscape with Houses at Ceret, art enthusiasts can reach out to 1st Art Gallery, which offers excellent reproduction services. The painting is notable for its intricate details and is an excellent representation of Synthetic Cubism’s unique and unconventional approach. Overall, Landscape with Houses at Ceret is a remarkable piece that reflects Gris’s artistic talent and creativity.