"Oil On Canvas, The Tuileries Garden, By Nicolas Sicard"Oil on canvas, marrouflée, Jardin des Tuileries by SICARD
Born around 1840 in Lyon (Rhône). Died in January 1920.
XIXth-XXth centuries. French.
Painter of genre scenes, animated landscapes, animal, urban landscapes, watercolorist.
He was a student of Victor Vibert and Danguin at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Lyon. He started at the Paris Salon in 1869, he became a member of the Salon des Artistes Français in 1883.
He received an honorable mention in 1881, a bronze medal in 1889, for the Universal Exhibition. He was knighted in the Legion of Honor in 1900. He painted mainly hunting scenes with riders and horses, street scenes and markets, treated with bright colors.
MUSEUMS: BEZIERS: An unhappy hunter - LYON (Mus des Beaux-Arts): Entrance to the Guillotière bridge - NIORT: An accident - SAINT-ETIENNE (Mus. D'Art et d'Industrie): A road on a market day .