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Ernest Rouart (1874-1942) | Impressionist painter


Ernest Rouart was one of the five children on Henri Rouart (1833-1912), an engineer, collector and artist.
Henri was intimately involved with the Impressionist painters, especially Degas🎨, whose "Dancers at the Bar", now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, he once owned.
Henri exhibited in all the official Salons between 1868-1872 as well as with the Impressionists from 1876-1996 (except 1882).

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Vincent van Gogh | A Woman Walking in a Garden, 1887


"A Woman Walking in a Garden" was painted by Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890)🎨 in 1887. As the title indicates, it depicts a woman walking through a garden. Greenery is everywhere and numerous trees can be seen in the background.
In 1886 van Gogh left Holland for Paris never to return.

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Frederick Goodall RA (1822-1904) | Orientalist painter


Frederick Goodall RA was an English artist🎨.

Life

Frederick Goodall was born in London in 1822, the second son of steel line engraver Edward Goodall (1795-1870). He received his education at the Wellington Road Academy.
Goodall's first commission, for Isambard Brunel, was six watercolour paintings of the Thames Tunnel. Four of these were exhibited at the Royal Academy when Frederick was 16.

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Paul-Michel Dupuy (1869-1949)


Paul Michel Dupuy was a pupil of Léon Bonnat and Albert Maignan at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Français every year from 1896 until his death, and became a member of the Salon in 1899.
His "The Elephants at the Zoological Gardens" was awarded🎨 the third class medal in 1901 and his "Luxembourg Palace, Autumn Evening" won the second class medal🎨 in 1902.

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Paul-Albert Besnard (1849-1934)


Paul-Albert Besnard was a student of the academic painter Alexandre Cabanel (1823-1889)🎨, won the prix de Rome in 1874 and was among the founders of the Société Nationale in 1890.
Throughout his career his style remained in between academic and impressionistic.
During the last thirty years of his life he held important positions in the Académie de France in Rome, the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, the Académie française, the Académie de Saint Luc and the Royal Academy. | © The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Lucius Rossi (1846-1913) | Genre painter


Lucius Rossi was an Italian🎨 genre painter who has worked and lived in Paris.
Rossi trained at the Academy San Luca in Rome. He was strongly influenced by the Romantic painters, and also the Spanish artist Marià Fortuny🎨.
Rossi left Italy to settle in Paris in 1867, where he began to work as a designer for magazines, including the illustrated British newspaper "The Graphic".

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Victor Charreton (1864-1937)


French🎨 Post-Impressionist painter Victor Charreton was one of the founding members of the Show of Autumn (Salon d'Automne), and was made knight of the Legion of Honour🎨 in 1914.
He was a teacher at the Académie Julian in Paris from 1919-1925.
Victor Charreton is famous for his landscapes and still-life paintings, often sharing Impressionist preoccupations whilst trying to capture momentary effects of specific times of day or seasons, at sunset or in a snowy landscape.

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George Morren (1868-1941)


George Morren was a Belgian painter. It belonged to the impressionist luminist school🎨 of the Belgian🎨 "Art Nouveau".
George Morren, third child of Anna Henrica Van den Wouwer and Arthur Morren, a wealthy merchant of grain in Antwerp, was born in Ekeren, the northern district of Antwerp, during the reign of King Leopold II.
He grew up in a bourgeois and Francophile family. His upbringing included an artistic education.

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Claude Monet | Seine painting


During the 19th and the 20th centuries the Seine inspired many artists.
The Seine is a 777-kilometre-long river and an important commercial waterway within the Paris Basin in the north of France.
It rises at Source-Seine, 30 kilometres northwest of Dijon in northeastern France in the Langres plateau, flowing through Paris and into the English Channel at Le Havre (and Honfleur on the left bank).

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Luigi Loir | View of Notre Dame


Luigi Loir (22 December 1845 - 9 February 1916) was a French painter🎨, illustrator and lithographer.
Luigi Loir was born in Goritz, Austria. He was the son of Tancrède Loir François and Thérèse Leban, his wife, respectively valet and housekeeper of the French royal family in exile in Austria.
Installed in the duchy of Parma in 1847, Luigi Loir studied at the school of Fine Arts of Parma in 1853.

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Robert Henri | Edna Smith in a Japanese Wrap, 1915


Robert Henri🎨 (born June 25, 1865, Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.- died July 12, 1929, New York, New York), urban realist painter, a leader of The Eight and the Ashcan School and one of the most influential teachers of art in the United States at the beginning of the 20th century.

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Claude Monet | Spring (Fruit Trees in Bloom) 1873


Claude Monet🎨 made this work in the vicinity of his home in Argenteuil, a village on the Seine northwest of Paris that was a favorite gathering place of the Impressionists.
Although the scene has previously been called Plum Blossoms and Apples Trees in Bloom, the type of tree cannot be determined from the flurry of white buds evoked by the artist.

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Abraham Pether (1756-1812)


Abraham Pether was an English🎨 landscape painter, recognised for his skill in depicting moonlit scenes.
He was also a talented musician, inventor, mathematician and philosopher.
He painted river and mountain scenery, with classical buildings, in a pleasing though artificial style, somewhat resembling that of Richard Wilson; but his reputation rests on his moonlight subjects, which attracted much admiration, and earned for him the sobriquet of "Moonlight" Pether.

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Hilda Rix Nicholas (1884-1961)


Hilda Rix Nicholas was an Australian artist🎨. Born in the Victorian city of Ballarat, she studied under a leading Australian Impressionist, Frederick McCubbin🎨, at the National Gallery of Victoria Art School from 1902-1905 and was an early member of the Melbourne Society of Women Painters🎨 and Sculptors.

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Emanuel Phillips Fox (1865-1915)


Emanuel Phillips Fox was an Australian🎨 impressionist painter. After studying at the National Gallery of Victoria Art School in Melbourne, Fox travelled to Paris to study in 1886 and enrolled at the Académie Julian, where he gained first prize🎨 in his year for design, and École des Beaux-Arts (1887-90), where his masters included William-Adolphe Bouguereau🎨 and Jean-Léon Gérôme🎨, both among the most famous artists of the time.

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Jozsef Borsos (1821-1883)


Jozsef Borsos was a Hungarian🎨 portrait painter and photographer.
He was also renowned for his numerous "genre" paintings and is most often recognized as an artist of the Biedermeier.
Jozsef Borsos studied in Budapest and subsequently at Vienna’s Academy of Fine Arts from 1840 until 1842.

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Valentine Cameron Prinsep (1838-1904)


Valentine Cameron Prinsep RA was a British painter🎨 of the Pre-Raphaelite school.
Born: February 14, 1838, Kolkata, India
Died: November 11, 1904, London, United Kingdom
On view: National Gallery of Art, Walker Art Gallery
Period: Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood
Place of burial: Brompton Cemetery, London, United Kingdom

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Eugene de Blaas (1843-1931)


Eugene de Blaas🎨 was born to Austrian parents. His father, Karl (1815-1894), teacher to him and his brother Julius became Professor at the Academy in Vienna and Venice, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
It was in Venice that Eugene de Blaas established himself as the leading painter of Venetian genre.
The golden Italian climate and the magnificent old stone facades had made Venice an essential stop on the Grand Tour since the early eighteenth century.
Past visitors had returned home with views and portraits; the late nineteenth visitor wanted more.

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Edmund Greacen (1876-1949)


Edmund William Greacen was an American🎨 Impressionist painter. His active career extended from 1905-1935, during which he created many colorful works in oil on canvas and board.
One of his works, a reproduction of which is at the Smithsonian Institution, was awarded the Salmagundi Club's Samuel T. Shaw Prize🎨 in 1922.

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Matilda Browne (1869-1947)


Matilda Browne was an American🎨 Impressionist artist noted for her flower paintings and her farm and cattle scenes.
Born in Newark, New Jersey, she was a child prodigy who received early art training from her artist-neighbor, Thomas Moran🎨.