Watercolor and ink drawing of an arch in Paris, 11 3/4" by 15", (19 3/4" by 23" as framed), signed at lower right by noted late 19th and early 20th century artist JULES ADLER (1865-1952). Adler's name is mentioned in texts describing major and significant French artists of the late 19th century, along with such figures as Millet, L'Hermitte, and. Most of his subject matter shows everyday scenes of common people going about their lives in French cities and countryside. He was noted for showing urban scenes of poverty and labor related material, and was known to have completed war posters during World War I. Most works are dated before 1930 it appears. The present work is in excellent condition. Some photos were taken at steep angles to try to minimize reflections in the glass.