Henri Malfrou-Savigny (French, 1895-1944) was a post-impressionist painter of landscapes and seascapes. He could be the son of Charles Malfroy, with whom he is often confused. He exhibited regularly in Paris, at the Salon of French Artists and of Independents. With Charles Malfroy, he painted the hillsides and ports of Bouches-du-Rhone and of Var. He also painted some Paris landscapes. (This Information provided by Ralph Blunt through Askart). He is a well-established and well-loved artist. A larger painting of his sold in September, 2016, for over $7,000.00. June, 2016 one sold in Paris for over $5.700.00. High public sales price was $24,990 October, 2015. (No need for me to continue with other recent sales of $2000.00 to $4,000.00. ) This smaller gem is a wonderful size that "fits" size-wise anywhere. I have favorite artwork over my computer; in a kitchen nook; even in the guest powder room and our necessary rooms. Actually love to change paintings every so often. They seem to get better with age.
Country of Origin: France.
Medium: Oil on canvas.
Title: "By the Sea Harbor"
Size: 8 3/4 by 10-3/4 inches (22.2 x 27.3 cm); Framed 14 by 16 by 2 1/2 inches.
Signed lower right: Malfrou
Condition: Unlined canvas. Some minor frame wear along edges. Not examined under UV light. Appears to be in overall good condition and does not not appear to have any major visible condition issues to note.