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Painting Marie-auguste Flameng XIX Eme Marine Oil

Framing Largeur: 48,5 cms
Hauteur: 35,5 cms
Marie-Auguste Flameng born in Metz on July 14, 1843 and died in Paris on September 26, 1893. Marie-Auguste Flameng was a pupil of Pierre Puvis de Chavannes. He made his debut at the Salon des artistes français in 1870 with his painting entitled Village de Lorraine. He then exhibited regularly at the Salon des artistes français where he won prizes, notably a medal in 1881. His landscapes and seascapes, painted in Calvados and Brittany, were particularly appreciated. He also produced views of Loiret and Paris. He is the father of the cyclist Léon Flameng (1877-1917). Mâcon, Ursulines museum: Village lane, oil on canvas. Paris, Graphic Arts Department of the Louvre Museum: Fishing boat dragging a canoe in tow, drawing. Pau, Museum of Fine Arts: Fishing boats in Cancale, 1876, oil on canvas. Rennes, Museum of Fine Arts: Fishing boats from Dieppe, circa 1881, oil on canvas Toul, Museum of Art and History: Embarkation of oysters at Cancale, 1888, oil on canvas.


Category : Oeuvres d'art
Style : Napoléon III
Period : 19th century

Price : 1000
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