"Théodore Jourdan 1833-1908"
Do not hesitate to contact us before any trip Religious painting signed Théodore Jourdan Biography: Student at the School of Fine Arts in Marseille, Théodore Jourdan nel July 29, 1833 Marseille on January 3, 1908 completes his studies in the workshop of Emile Loubon in Paris He mainly paints sites in Provence and especially pastoral scenes where the representation of sheep of the local Merino Arles breed dominates. He made his debut at the Marseille exhibition of 1859 with a visit to Nazareth. He then exhibited at the Salon of French artists from 1865 He received a gold medal at the Universal Exhibition of 1879 in Sydney He taught at the School of Fine Arts in Marseille from 1874 to 1903. He bequeathed to his City birth, Salon de Provence, 29 large-format canvases as well as numerous drawings in exchange for a pension for life to his widow: these canvases are kept in a room that bears his name in the Salon de la Crau Museum. Aix en Provence . Marseilles. Tourcoing. Salon de Provence. Salon de la Crau This large painting is part of its beginnings in the years 1859 Work painted on its original canvas, signed lower right Th Jourdan Its beautiful gilded wood frame in the state Dimensions frame 77, 5cm x 1m06 Dimensions at sight 63x82cm Do not hesitate to contact us before any transactions and travel, mention your phone and mobile number as well as your email address plus postage following quote Payment by bank transfer Thank you for your understanding