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The Spring Of Nymphs - Painting 19th Century
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"The Spring Of Nymphs - Painting 19th Century"
LAFON François (1846-1920)The Spring of NymphesOil on canvas signed low leftOld frame regilded with leavesDim canvas : 46 X 55 cmDim frame : 65 X 75 cmLAFON François (1846-1920)French painter 19th century - Born 1846 in ParisPainter of religious subjects, allegorical subjects, mythology, portraits, OrientalismFrançois Lafon was the son of Emile Lafon (1817-1886). He studied with his father and then with Cabanel. He began his career at the Salon de Paris in 1875 and exhibited « Mother and her children » in 1878 and gained an honourable mention in 1885. He was a member of the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts from 1890 and was represented at the Salon as part of his group.He took part in a contest organised by a commitee of fine arts. The purpose was to select artists to decorate the town halls of Paris and the neighbouring areas along the theme of Republican ideology . His slender, graceful and dreamlike nymphs often adopted affected poses.MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES- Périgueux (Périgord Museum) : Young italian women ; battle of Bazeilles- Rouen : Graziella- St Brieux : StudyBibliographie : Dictionary of artists E.Benezit Gründ Publisher Vol VIII / 290
Prix : 6500 €
Artiste : Lafon François (1846-1920)
Epoque : 19ème siècle
Style : Rome et Grèce Antique
Etat : Très bon état

Matière : Huile sur toile
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