Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

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  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Les Bateaux Lavoir, Paris

    Oil on canvas
    38 x 46 cm (15 x 18 ¹/₈ inches)
    Signed lower left, manzana
    Signed, titled and inscribed on the reverse
    Executed circa 1904
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Péniches sur le Loing

    Oil on canvas
    54 x 65 cm (21 ¼ x 25 ½ inches)
    Signed and dated lower left, G. Manzana 1902
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Petit Lavoir du Pont Pierre, Morêt-sur-Loing

    Oil on canvas
    54.5 x 65.5 cm (21 ¹/₂ x 25 ³/₄ inches)
    Signed and dated lower left, G Manzana 1902
     
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    La Plage aux Andelys

    Oil on board
    23.7 x 32.9 cm (9 ⅓ x 13 inches)
    Signed lower left, Manzana Pissarro
    Executed circa 1930
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Les Andelys sous la Neige

    Oil on board
    45.5 x 38 cm (17 ⁷/₈ x 15 inches)
    Signed lower right, Manzana
    Executed circa 1895
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Brume et Soleil du Matin (The Seine at Les Andelys)

    Oil on board
    38 x 54.8 cm (15 x 21 ⅝ inches)
    Signed lower left, Manzana Pissarro
    Titled and signed on the reverse
    Executed circa late 1920s
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Cerisier en Fleurs

    Oil on panel
    32 x 42.2 cm (12 ⁵/₈ x 16 ⁵/₈ inches)
    Signed lower left, manzana-Pissarro. 1952
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Toits Rouges à Menton

    Oil on board
    40 x 56.5 cm (15 ¾ x 21 ⅞ inches)
    Signed and dated lower left, Manzana Pissarro 1953
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Pont du Chemin de Fer à Moret

    Oil on canvas
    54.5 x 65.2 cm (21 ¹/₂ x 25 ⁵/₈ inches)
    Signed lower right, manzana. 
    Titled and date on the stretcher
    Executed in 1903
     
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Femme Mettant son Bas

    Oil on canvas
    100 x 56 cm (39 ⅜ x 22 inches)
    Signed and dated lower left G. Manzana 1905
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Bretonne à la Vache

    Oil on panel
    54 x 65 (21 ¹/₄ x 25 ⁵/₈ inches)
    Signed and dated lower left, Manzana 1929 Pissarro
    Inscribed lower left, Pont Aven
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Baigneuses en Bord de Rivière

    Oil on cardboard
    98.2 x 79.4 cm (38 ⁵/₈ x 31 ¹/₄ inches)
    Signed and dated lower left, Manzana 1910
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Deux Baigneuses dans un Paysage

    Oil on canvas
    38 x 46 cm (15 x 18 ⅛ inches)
    Signed and dated lower left, Manzana Pissarro 55
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Jeune femme à la rivière

    Oil on panel
    46 x 37.5 cm (18 ¹/₈ x 14 ³/₄ inches)
    Signed and dated lower right, 1910. manzana
     
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Baigneuses avec cygne

    Oil on panel
    30 x 37.5 cm (11 ³/₄ x 14 ³/₄ inches)
    Signed lower right, manzana. Pissarro.
    Executed circa 1938
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    L’Orientale à la Mandoline

    Mixed media with gold on paper
    31.5 x 41.5 cm (12 ⅜ x 16 ⅜ inches)
    Signed lower right, Manzana
    Executed in 1910
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Femme à la mandoline

    Mixed media on paper
    48 x 31 cm (18 ⁷/₈ x 12 ¹/₄ inches)
    Signed lower right, manzana.
    Executed circa 1910
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Odette aux seins nus

    Mixed media and gold on paper
    31.5 x 42.3 cm (12 ³/₈ x 16 ⁵/₈ inches)
    Signed lower right, Manzana.
    Executed circa 1910
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Femmes au Paon

    Mixed media with gouache, gold and silver highlights and charcoal on paper
    22.5 x 29.5 cm (8 ⁷/₈ x 11 ⁵/₈ inches)
    Signed lower left Manzana-Pissarro.
    Executed circa 1910
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Baigneuse dans un cours d'eau

    Gouache on paper
    49.5 x 36 cm (19 ¹/₂ x 14 ¹/₈ inches)
    Signed lower left, manzana - Pissarro
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Femme au bord de la rivière

    Gouache, pastel and silver paint on paper
    29.7 x 44.4 cm (11 ³/₄ x 17 ¹/₂ inches)
    Signed lower left, manzana. Pissarro.
    Executed circa 1910
     
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Woman with a White Veil

    Mixed media with gold and silver on board, laid on canvas
    59.5 x 34.5 cm (23 ⅜ x 13 ⅝ inches)
    Signed lower right, Manzana
    Executed circa 1915
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Femme en Costume Oriental

    Pastel on paper
    31.5 x 23.6 cm (12 ⅜ x 9 ¼ inches)
    Signed with Estate stamp lower left
    Executed circa 1925
     
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    La Femme Arabe

    Monotype
    22 x 16 cm (8 5⁄8 x 6 1⁄4 inches)
    Signed lower left, Manzana Pissarro
    Inscribed and dated lower right Femme Arabe (Monotype) 1906
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Cou Cou nu et ses poules

    Oil on panel
    62 x 65 cm (24 ³/₈ x 25 ⁵/₈ inches)
    Signed and dated lower left, Manzana 1935
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Cat and Cockerel

    Oil and gold on panel
    65 x 94 cm (25 ⁵/₈ x 37 inches)
    Signed and dated, Manzana Pissarro 1925
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Coq et Poules

    Oil on canvas
    65 x 81 cm (25 ⁵/₈ x 31 ⁷/₈ inches)
    Signed and dated lower right, G. Manzana. 00 
    Executed in 1900
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Poisson d'Or

    Oil and enamel paint on panel
    32.5 x 41 cm (12 ³/₄ x 16 ¹/₈ inches)
    Signed lower left Manzana
    Executed circa 1920
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Procede

    Coloured monotype with gold, silver and pencil
    24 x 30 cm (9¹/₂ x 11³/₄ inches)
    Signed lower right, Manzana
     
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Les cygnes

    Watercolour monotype
    49 x 63 cm (19 ¹/₄ x 24 ³/₄ inches)
    Signed lower left, manzana
    Executed circa 1920
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Magpie

    Pochoir
    26.4 x 43.5 cm (10 ³/₈ x 17 ¹/₈ inches)
    Signed with Estate stamp Manzana Pissarro and numbered 4/100 lower right
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    The Green Woodpecker

    Pochoir
    31 x 47 cm (12 ¹/₄ x 18 ¹/₂ inches)
    Signed with Estate stamp and numbered lower left
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Les poules

    Pochoir
    30 x 46 cm (11 ³/₄ x 18 ¹/₈ inches)
    Signed with Estate stamp Manzana Pissarro and numbered 7/100 lower left
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Two Turkeys

    Pochoir with hand-coloured metallic paint
    42 x 59.5 cm (16 ½ x 23 ⅜ inches)
    Signed with Estate stamp, lower left
    Numbered 1/25
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Peacocks

    Pochoir
    31.3 x 49.5 cm (12 ³/₈ x 19 ¹/₂ inches)
    Signed with Estate stamp Manzana Pissarro and numbered 45/100 lower right
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Turkey

    Charcoal and colour pencil on paper
    21.5 x 27 cm (8 ¹/₂ x 10 ⁵/₈ inches)
    Stamped lower right, manzana - Pissarro
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Le Pékinois

    Charcoal on paper
    41 x 49 cm (16 ¹/₈ x 19 ¹/₄ inches)
    Signed lower centre Manzana Pissarro
    Executed circa 1920
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Le Petit Cheval

    Charcoal and gold on paper
    31 x 31 cm (12 ¼ x 12 ¼ inches)
    Signed lower right, Manzana Pissarro
    Executed circa 1920
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Wild Ducks

    Charcoal and pastel on paper
    46 x 62 cm (18 ⅛ x 24 ⅜ inches)
    Estate stamp lower left Manzana Pissarro
    Executed circa 1920
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Moroccan Dancer

    Watercolour, coloured crayon and pencil
    26.3 x 20.2 cm ( 10 ⅜ x 8 inches) 
    Signed lower right, Manzana - Pissarro. 
    Executed circa 1940
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Deux Bretonnes

    Pastel on paper
    26.5 x 34.6 cm (10 ⅜ x 13 ⅝ inches)
    Signed and dated lower left, Manzana 1930
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Turban

    Colour crayon and pencil on paper
    13.4 x 8.1 cm (5 ¹/₄ x 3 ¹/₄ inches)
    Signed with Estate stamp lower right
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    La Seine à Paris

    Pencil on paper
    22.5 x 28.3 cm (8 ⁷/₈ x 11 ¹/₈ inches)
    Stamped lower right, Manzana-Pissarro
    Executed circa 1930
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Country Path with Red Roofs

    Coloured crayon, pencil and charcoal on paper
    32 x 24 cm (12 ⅝ x 9 ½ inches)
    Signed with Estate Stamp lower right
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Issy, France

    Charcoal and coloured crayon on paper
    20.4 x 25 cm (8 x 9 ⅞ inches) 
    Signed lower right Manzana and inscribed lower left Issy
    Executed circa 1890      
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Moroccan Market

    Pencil on paper
    20.8 x 26.9 cm (8 ¹/₄ x 13 ⁵/₈ inches)
    Signed with Estate stamp lower left
    Executed circa 1940
     
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Port Scene in Brittany

    Charcoal on artist's board
    50 x 66 cm (19 ³/₄ x 26 inches)
    Signed on the reverse
     
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    La Promenade

    Charcoal and pastel on paper
    49.5 x 63.5 cm (19 ⅜ x 25 inches)
    Signed lower left, Manzana
    Executed circa 1920
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    D'après Renoir

    Pencil on paper
    19.5 x 25.8 cm (7 ⁵/₈ x 10 ¹/₈ inches)
    Titled and signed lower right
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Portrait of Félix

    Coloured crayon and pencil on paper
    20.5 x 26.5 cm (8 ¹/₈ x 10 ³/₈ inches)
    Signed lower left, manzana.
    Inscribed and dated lower right, Felix Casa. 1942.
     
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Undressing II

    Pencil on paper
    13.6 x 10.6 cm (5 ³/₈ x 4 ¹/₈ inches)
    Signed with Estate stamp lower right, manzana- Pissarro
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Jeune Orientale Assise

    Charcoal on paper
    63 x 50 cm (24 ³/₄ x 19 ³/₄ inches)
    Signed lower right, manzana
    Executed circa 1915
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Une Femme Turque

    Charcoal on paper
    47 x 30.5 cm (18 ¹/₂ x 12 inches)
    Signed lower left, manzana
    Executed circa 1910
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Fille au Pigeon

    Etching & aquatint
    36 x 13.8 cm (14 ⅛ x 5 ⅛ inches)
    Signed with Estate stamp lower left
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    La Bergère Turque

    Etching
    33.5 x 27 cm (13 ¼ x 10 ¾ inches)
    Signed lower left, Manzana Pissarro, titled and inscribed lower right, État Définitif
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Une femme, un chat et des souris

    Etching
    13.3 x 8.7 cm (5 ¹/₄ x 3 ³/₈ inches)
    Signed on the plate with initials, GP and signed lower right, Georges Pissarro
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Une femme caressant un chat

    Etching
    11.8 x 8.8 cm (4 ⁵/₈ x 3 ¹/₂ inches)
    Signed on the plate with initials lower right, CP and signed lower right, Georges Pissarro
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Une femme courant

    Etching
    16.5 x 11.5 cm (6 ¹/₂ x 4 ¹/₂ inches)
    Signed on the plate with initials, GP
    Signed lower right, Georges Pissarro
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Le chien de la colombe

    Etching
    10 x 9.3 cm (4 x 3 ⁵/₈ inches)
    Signed on the plate with initials, GP and signed lower right, Georges Pissarro
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Les trois contes (Flaubert)

    Etching
    11.5 x 9.4 cm (4 ¹/₂ x 3 ³/₄ inches)
    Signed on the plate with initials, GP
    Inscribed, dated and signed 
    Executed in 1890
  • Georges Manzana Pissarro (1871 - 1961)

    Les pêcheurs de Concarneau

    22.5 x 17.7 cm (8 ⁷/₈ x 7 inches)
    Etching
    Inscribed and dated lower left, and signed lower right, manzana - Pissarro
    Executed in 1904

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Georges Manzana Pissarro
Like all second-generation Pissarro artists, Georges Henri ‘Manzana’ Pissarro initially worked under a pseudonym. Born in 1871, Manzana was the third of Camille Pissarro’s seven children, adopting the name ‘Manzana’ in 1894 after the maiden name of his maternal grandmother. It was not until around 1910, to honour his deceased father, that he employed his family name when signing his work.

Manzana studied with his father from an early age and spent his formative years surrounded by the distinguished artists associated with the Impressionist movement – Claude Monet, Paul Cézanne, and Paul Gauguin – who frequented the Pissarro home in Éragny. At his father's side he learnt not only to handle brush and pencil but also to observe nature and its changing qualities.

Subjected to rich and diverse influences, Manzana became a prolific and versatile artist, working with oil, pastel and watercolour as well as etchings, lithography and stencils. As a young man he adopted his father's purely Impressionist style and produced a series of landscapes around Éragny. He exhibited Impressionist works at the Salon d'Automne and the Salon des Indépendants, as well as Durand Ruel and Druet galleries in Paris in the early 1900s.

In 1906 his work began to evolve. Inspired by Dr Mardus’ French translation of ‘A Thousand and One Nights’, Manzana embarked on a grand project to publish his own illustrated version of these magical tales. This pulled Manzana into the umbrella of the decorative arts movement where he flourished creating tapestries, glassware, furniture, ceramics and metal work, all inspired by Orientalism and often incorporating gold, silver and copper paint. In 1907 he had his first exhibition of decorative works at Vollard but it was the 1914 exhibition at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris which dramatically boosted his career. Here he exhibited 311 works including tapestries, carpets, furniture, glassware, decorative paintings, etchings and lithographs.

The subsequent years were filled with bright ideas, gilded costumes and a glittering lifestyle as Manzana navigated the 20s and 30s between Les Andelys and Paris, spending many summers in Brittany. These culminated in a series of colourful yet delicate new works which Manzana exhibited prolifically. When war broke out in 1939 Manzana moved with his family to Casablanca, where he remained until 1947. Manzana was married and widowed three times. The last years of his life were spent in Menton with his son Félix who was also an accomplished artist. There Manzana returned to the Impressionist tradition of his early years, painting the serene landscapes that surrounded him.
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