Otto Rut (Canadian 1910-2005) Sainte-Adresse France Orig Oil Painting on Canvas


Frame measures 30 3/4" x 27"

Canvas measures 24" x 20 1/4"


Sainte-Adresse is a commune in the Seine-Maritime department in the Normandy region in northern France.


The oldest known name of the commune was "Caput Caleti" mentioned in 1240. Later known as Saint-Denis-Chef-de-Caux, named after an ancient place of worship and its position on the cape. In 1415, Henry V landed with his fleet, to claim the throne of France.


Starting in 1905, Georges Dufayel, a Parisian businessman, created a residential seaside resort known as Nice havrais (the "Nice of Le Havre"), at Sainte Adresse. The local architect Ernest Daniel directed operations. The Avenue de Regatta on the waterfront is designed in the image of the promenade des Anglais in Nice.


During World War I, Sainte-Adresse was the administrative capital of Belgium.[2] The Belgian government in exile was installed from October 1914 to November 1918 in the Dufayel building, named after the businessman who had built it in 1911. It had at its disposal a post office using Belgian postage stamps.


During World War II, the Germans built several fortifications here for the Atlantic Wall, to defend the port of Le Havre.


Otto Rut was Born in Vienna, Austria,in 1910, Otto Rut began his 60 year career as an artist at age 22 when he studied with Viennese masters at the Döebling School of Arts. He immigrated to Canada in 1950, where he began to sell his works of art by referrals, mainly within Peterborough and Kingston, Ontario. As his success grew, he exhibited his collections throughout Ontario, including one at the Ottawa City Hall, where one of his paintings continues to be displayed. He took his retirement in 1985, at age 75, but continued to add 3-5 paintings to his collection, well into his 80’s. He passed away in January 2005, at the ripe old age of 94,leaving behind a legacy of stunning works of art.


About the paintings: All Otto Rut paintings are created using only the finest oil paints and a pallet offering both vivid colours and an outstanding 3 dimensional texture. Specializing in Canadian and European landscapes, the artist is able to capture superior depth of field, blending his own spectrum of colours to re-create hues rarely seen outside of nature. His style can range from both the bold and dynamic to the serene and subdued. Experience for yourself, the beauty of an original Otto Rut work of art.


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Sainte-Adresse France by Otto Rut