As a fervent admirer of the Belgian School, he initially specialized in the Impressionist, Symbolist, Neo-Impressionist and Fauvisist movements, covering the years 1870-1920, to then expand his expertise to the avant- gardes of the 1920s and the 1930s and to the post-war abstraction. Recently, the gallery has also extended its selection to international artists, giving priority to those who had maintained links with Belgium.
So, if the Lancz Gallery continues to enrich the list of supported artists, we remain faithful to our primary commitment to Belgian art. We intend to promote it on the occasion of Fine Arts Paris and to highlight it by a strict selection in the quality of the presented works, which are harmoniously combined with a period frame.
Signature on the base: Art Craco
Height: 20 cm and Diameter: 30 cm