Charles Landelle (1821-1908) - Young Oriental Woman flag


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"Charles Landelle (1821-1908) - Young Oriental Woman"
Charles Landelle - "Young Oriental Woman"
Oil on canvas
Signed Charles Landelle on the top left corner
Dimensions: 38 x 24 cm

Charles Landelle was a student of Paul Delaroche and Ary Scheffer, and was quickly recognized as a painter who excelled in portraits and in large religious paintings. Louis-Philippe noticed this and contributed to his notoriety and prosperity. The artist thus embraces a career as an official painter between state commissions and portraits of members of high society. Then, Napoleon III, who admired him a lot, bought paintings from him, to offer them to the city of Laval. Charles Landelle is also a representative of orientalist painting, he travels to Morocco in 1866, then in 1875, he travels to Egypt and Algeria. Some of his works are exhibited in museums such as the Louvre Museum, the Palace of Versailles, the Ingres Museum, and the Museum of Fine Arts of Reims and Grenoble.
Our painting is probably a study carried out in a more spontaneous style, for a famous painting that he painted on several occasions (we know of several versions themselves sold at Sotheby's in the recent years).
Price : 1900 €
Artist : Charles Landelle
Period:19th century
Condition : Bon état

Material : Huile sur toile
Length: 24
Height : 38

Reference : 777718
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