Jules Cavaillès (1901-1977)
Le bord de la Marne
Oil on canvas
71 x 58 cm
Berthe Weill, Paris, France
The Marne river in France, is an eastern tributary of the Seine in the area east and southeast of Paris. The Marne river starts in the Langres plateau in northeastern France and is 514 kilometres (319 mi) long. The Marne River and its surrounding landscape are known for their natural beauty and picturesque scenery.
The river meanders through lush countryside, vineyards, and charming villages. The region is renowned for its production of Champagne, and the Marne Valley is one of the key wine-producing areas in France. The Marne River has been a source of inspiration for artists, writers, and poets throughout history.
Its tranquil beauty and historic significance have made it a subject of various artistic works and cultural expressions. This colorful work was painted in the 1950s.