Louis Adolphe Hervier (1818-1879) - Norman Village And Its Mill flag

Louis Adolphe Hervier (1818-1879) - Norman Village And Its Mill
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"Louis Adolphe Hervier (1818-1879) - Norman Village And Its Mill"
Louis Adolphe Hervier (1818-1879) Norman village and mill Oil on canvas Signed and dated 1873 lower right 61.5 x 75 Montparnasse frame The masterpiece of Adolphe Hervier, a bold composition, a generous format and a Very modern touch characterize this Norman mill. "Louis-Adolphe Hervier is the son of the miniaturist Marie-Antoine Hervier (active between 1810-1818) which he will be the student, before joining the workshop of Leon Cogniet, he leaves in 1838. He also follows the lessons Eugène Isabey, who was refused twenty-three times at the Salon from 1838 on, exhibited in 1849, 1850, 1852 and 1855. He produced genre paintings, scenes of rural life and landscapes. The name of Adolphe Hervierpuis, from 1864 to 1870, is his real name, and although he is appreciated by some critics and artists of his time, like Théophile Gautier, the Goncourt or Corot brothers, he has almost no As early as 1837, Hervier began engraving lithographs and etchings and published an 8-sheet album, Sketch of Voyage (Alexis Fébure's 1843) and three more lithographs. by Joly to 250 copies in 1888 reproduced 43 boards executed in 1840 and 1860 by the artist. Hervier also used watercolor a lot. "In www.marquesdecollections.fr
Price : 6500 €
Artist : Hervier
Period:20th Century
Style:Napoleon 3rd
Condition : Parfait état

Material : Huile sur toile
Length: 75
Height : 61,5

Reference : 497689
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