"Emile Lapierre, Oil On Panel French Fishing Landscape, Circa 1850"
Lapierre Emile, Oil on Panel French Fishing Landscape, Circa 1850.
An excellent oil on panel depicting a French Fishing Scene of the 1850s.
Much quality on this small painting.
Our painting in fine original condition signed on a lower right.
Lapierre Emile, Oil on walnut panel French Marine Landscape, Circa 1850.
Measurements unframed: W 17.32 In. - H 11.02 In.
Measurements framed: W 20.27 In. - H 14.17 In.
Lapierre Emile (1817-1886).
French landscape painter, born in Paris in 1817 and died in Fontainebleau in 1886.
It was the Jean-Victor Bertin (1767-1842) pupil.
He regularly exposes to the Parisian Show from 1837 till 1878. He obtained a second-class medal in 1848.
He awarded Chevalier of French Legion of Honor in 1869.
During summer, 1837, Delacroix asked Emile Lapierre to correct the drawings of Solange Sand, as well as he had made him for George Sand.