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 -
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.
Width : 65 cm
Height : 50 cm
Category : Paintings
Style : Modern Art
Period : 19th century
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