There’s no question that investing in art is an excellent way to diversify your portfolio. In fact, over the past few decades, a $1000 investment in fine art has grown, on average, to more than $147,000 today! But for most of us, affording a Renoir or Matisse is far out of reach. But the discovery of a collection of paintings in France in the late 1980s could provide an excellent, affordable opportunity to both start investing in art and enjoy the work of a true French Impressionist master who was a classmate of some of the pillars of the movement.
Emile Delobre(1873-1956) studied in the prestigious École des Beaux-Arts in France and was a classmate of Matisse, Marquet, Roualt, Dufy, and Manguin. While not as well-known as some of his contemporaries, his paintings hang in museums around the world and have sold for thousands of dollars at famous auction houses such as Christies ad Sotheby’s. He is even credited with being the hand behind Georges de la Tour’s The Fortune Teller, which hangs in the Metropolitan Museum of Art!
Imagine, you can own a certified, original French Impressionist masterpiece and start investing in artwork – all at a price that may surprise you. This website offers a number of paintings by Emile Delobre for sale by a private collector for estate purposes.
Discover the thrill of owning a work from an Impressionist master who painted along side Matisse and other Impressionist icons and make an investment that will prove rewarding for years and generations to come. To purchase or examine one of more of the works by Emile Delobre shown on this site, please contact us.