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15 articles taggés "Landscape"
We revisited the terroirs and figures of France with painters in love with their region or their inhabitants such as Martin, du Puigaudeau or Villon.…
The Ever-alluring Mediterranean
Theo Van Rysselberghe put all his love of the South into this light-drenched landscape.
A Hot Summer for Picabia
Picabia played with the effects of sunlight, revisited modernity and showed evidence of his freedom as a painter with two dissimilar works.
Neo-Impressionism on Either Side of the Atlantic
Paintings by Émile Bernard, Maurice Denis and Richard Edward Miller set this Brittany sale on fire with some glowing results.
Fireworks for Henry Moret in Brest
A final look back at a sale in the summer of 2019, which featured several paintings by Henry Moret in Brest.
Hopper’s Mystery Replayed in Basel
Like his paintings of figures, Hopper’s landscapes, brought together here by the Fondation Beyeler in Switzerland, are fascinatingly eerie.
Gustave Doré: A Feeling for Nature
In this landscape, the artist uses light to pluck the sensitive chord of the forest.
A "Great" Van Ruysdael
The invention of landscape painting by the Dutch never ceases to surprise us with its modernity. It paved the way for atmospheric painting.
Delightful modern landscapes: from Manguin to Signac
The fine program of this auction in Avignon included works by the highly sought-after artists Manguin and Signac, as well as their forerunners Desprez…
Felix Ziem and the Gardens of the Venetian Lagoon
This first sale of the year, focused on 19 th -century landscapes, saw a fine performance from a highly romantic composition by the specialist in maritime…
Henry Moret: Brittany Wins!
A brisk westerly wind blew through Paris thanks to two oil on canvas paintings by Henry Moret.
Albert Marquet in the Crosshairs of Collectors
A softened Fauvism and a scientific composition are what make this Norman landscape modern.
La Rochelle, Impression: Shifting Sunlight
Water was the blue thread running through this sale’s four most important paintings—those by Boudin, Renoir, Marquet and Loiseau.
Photography: Gustave Le Gray Versus Eugène Le Dien
This small treasure trove of photographs by leading exponents of the mid-19 th century was recently discovered in a property in Touraine.
Raden Saleh: A Dialogue Between East and West
Two cultures meet in the work of Raden Saleh, the Javanese painter who studied in Europe. This luxuriant landscape in Java also illustrates the exchanges…
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