Young Woman with a Print Card (1950). Marcel Dyf (French, 1899-1985).
For an artist to be considered an “Impressionist” in the purest meaning of the word, he must know how to transfer his personal feelings to the canvas. Through the application of color, this transference is accomplished. In Dyf’s paintings there is no touching, no re-working. Instead his brushwork is fluid and “first-time” perfect.