Honoré Boze (1830-1909) Oriental Landscape - Algeria flag

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"Honoré Boze (1830-1909) Oriental Landscape - Algeria"
Pretty orientalist landscape by Honoré Boze representing a seaside, certainly in Algeria where the artist lived. The work is signed lower left and measures in its golden frame 43 cm by 58 cm and 41 cm by 28.5 cm without the frame. His father brought him to Paris where he was able to browse the exhibitions and Salons. He developed a passion for the Orientalism of Eugène Fromentin's paintings. He then returned to Provence where he then enrolled as a student at the École des beaux-arts in Marseille with Émile Loubon as director, whose classes he attended. He married a widow with estates in Oran. He was then able to make trips to Algeria where he found many subjects for his paintings. He exhibited in several exhibitions and in Salons. He was elected to the Académie de Marseille in 1900. Works in the public collections Musée des Beaux-Arts de Marseille: Portrait of Mme Veuve Loubon, Portait of the sculptor Aldebert. Paris, Musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac: Camp of Arab horsemen near Tlemcen, Algeria, 1872, oil on canvas
Price : 1200 €
Period:19th century
Style:Other Style
Condition : Bon état

Material : Huile sur toile
Length: 28,5 cm
Height : 41 cm

Reference : 681942
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