Auguste Mennessier - Landscape Of The Vosges With A Castle In Ruins flag

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"Auguste Mennessier - Landscape Of The Vosges With A Castle In Ruins"
Auguste MENNESSIER Nancy, 1803 - Metz, 1890 Oil on canvas 22 x 27 cm (33.5 x 39 cm with the frame) Signed lower center "Auguste Mennessier" Beautiful frame from the 19th century in carved and gilded wood Our painting is a beautiful landscape of the Vosges painted by the Lorraine artist Augsute Lorrain. It could be the Schneeberg and the castle of Nideck. with castle ruins, ruined point, lake and waterfall and mountains. The colors are beautiful and the workmanship characteristic of this painter of the Romantic period. Landscape painter of the romantic era, Auguste Mennessier frequented the Arsenal in the 1820s in the circle of Victor Hugo and he then worked with the painter Oscar Gué. He then exhibited at the Paris Salon between 1831 and 1876 and at the Nancy Salon from 1835, including very beautiful views of the Lorraine region. Trained first with Augustin Pioche who founded a drawing school in Metz in 1794, he then studied in Paris with Léon Cogniet, Jean-Baptiste Desoria and Louis Hersent. He also participated in the "school of Metz" in the years 1840 to 1870. Paintings by Mennessier are notably kept in the fine arts museums of Metz and Nancy.
Price: 1200 €
Artist: Auguste Mennessier
Period: 19th century
Style: Louis Philippe, Charles 10th
Condition: Good condition

Width: 27 cm (39 cm avec le cadre)
Height: 22 cm (33,5 cm avec le cadre)

Reference: 904255
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