Mid-19th Century French School - The Little Fisherman Near The Waterfall flag


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"Mid-19th Century French School - The Little Fisherman Near The Waterfall"
French school XIXth Oil on canvas 45 x 37.5 cm (58 x 51 cm with the frame) This is a pretty painting, a fisherman sitting near a waterfall in a wild and picturesque landscape. The composition is harmonious, with a limited range of colors, and the concern for realism is remarkable in the rendering of materials, rocks in particular. The little character is charming with his little ribbon hat and his fish basket. The charm of these last details and the beautiful light which bathes the whole composition recall moreover the art of Jules Coignet between classic landscape and realistic landscape. But we are leaning towards a later artist among the painters of Barbizon, in the years 1850/1860. A painting which is close in its style and untitled "The little fisherman" painted by Thédore Rousseau around 1849 is in the Louvre museum. Perhaps Jules Dupré, in particular because of the particular touch made of hatching and the very thorough rendering of the material which is reminiscent of the art of his friend Gustave Courbet.
Price: 2000 €
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Artist: Ecole Française Du Milieu Du Xixe Siècle
Period: 19th century
Style: Napoleon 3rd
Condition: Excellent état

Material: Oil painting
Width: 37 cm (51 cm avec le cadre)
Height: 45 cm (58 cm avec le cadre)

Reference: 800831
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Mid-19th Century French School - The Little Fisherman Near The Waterfall
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