NOEL Jules French Painting 19th Boats in Brittany Oil on canvas signed and dated

NOEL Jules ( 1815 / 1881 )
Boats in Brittany.
Oil on canvas signed and dated 1874 lower right.
19,68 x 25,59 in
Certificate of authenticity.
Museums: Angoulême - Bernay - Besançon - Bordeaux - Brest - Briançon - Cambrai - Castres - Chantilly - Chartres - Chaumont - Cherbourg - Dijon - Douai - Hyères - La Rochelle - Lille - Mulhouse - Nancy - Nantes - Nevers - Paris ( Louvre Museum ) - Quimper - Reims - Rochefort - Tours - Valence - Vannes -
Literature: Bénézit - Dictionary of the little masters of painting by Pierre Cabanne and Gérald Schurr - Dictionary of French landscape painters of the 19th century by Lydia Harambourg - The Finistère of the painters by Daniel Yonnet and André Cariou - Normandy, cradle of impressionism by Jacques - Sylvain Klein - Douarnenez "to the happiness of painters" by Henri Belbeach - The painter and animal in France in the 19th century by Elisabeth Hardouin - Fugier - The trip to France by Jean Claude Simoën -
Jules NOEL
Born in 1815 in Nancy ( Meurthe-et-Moselle ) - Died in 1881 in Algiers
Painter of genre scenes, animated landscapes and seascapes, landscapes, seascapes, church interiors - gouache painter - pastel watercolourist - lithographer - designer -
A pupil of Cherioux in Brest, Jules NOEL came to Paris in 1840, where he exhibited at the Salon until 1879 -
Brittany and Normandy are, apart from the Middle East, its outdoor workshops - peaceful fishing ports with pathetic shipwreck scenes, Jules NOEL puts as much verve and brilliance to camp his subject - his watercolors and paintings are d 'a spiritual execution - Jules NOEL was particularly successful in the representation of the Normandy coasts, - his familiar scenes of life in town, in the countryside, at the sea, constitute a picturesque and full of life testimony - very appreciated, the workshop by Jules NOEL is the meeting place for several generations of artists from romanticism to realism.

宽度 65 cm
高度 50 cm

类别 ??
风格 现代艺术
时期 19世纪


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