BARNOIN Henri Alphonse ( 1882 / 1940 )
Fishing return to Concarneau.
Pastel, gouache and crayons de couleurs.
21,1 x 17,6 in
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Musées : Concarneau - Le Faouet - Lorient - Quimper .Literature : Bénézit - Dictionnaire des petits maîtres de la peinture par Gérald Schurr et Pierre Cabanne - La merveilleuse Bretagne des peintres par Bernard Frelaut - Les peintres de Concarneau par Henri Belbeoch - Les peintres de Pont Aven par André Cariou - Henri Barnoin par Jean-Marc Michaud .
BARNOIN Henri Alphonse, Born in 1882 in Paris Dead in 1935.
Painter of compositions to characters, landscapes, urban landscape, marine, pastelliste, postimpressionist.
He was a pupil of A of Richemont, Luc-Olivier Merson, but it is of his second master Emile Dameron that he considers his taste as the trivial landscapes that he animates of peasant crowds, fishermen and boats, rocky coast and processions, landscapes, marine and scenes of the Breton life, it is all the directory of folk Brittany that feeds its work endowed with a well assured technique which is the faithful mirror of the fervour of the painter for the Breton everyday life. Exposing to the Lounge of the French Artists from 1909, he received an honourable mention in 1909, a mention of silver there in 1921, becomes member, received a golden medal in 1935 and was classified outside the competition in 1939. Painter of landscapes, he was a prize-winner of the Prize of the friendly association of the French landscape painters.
Width : 53,5 cm
Height : 44,5 cm
Category : Paintings
Style : Modern Art
Period : 20th century
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