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Henri Duhem (1860-1941) | Impressionist painter



Henri Aimé Duhem as a French🎨 Impressionist painter.
He was descended from an old Flemish family and originally practiced as a lawyer.
In 1887, his passion for drawing and watercolors finally led him to go to Paris and enroll in the drawing classes of Henri Harpignies🎨.

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Charles Guilloux (1866-1946) | Symbolist painter



Charles-Victor Guilloux was a French🎨 symbolist artist.
An employee of the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris, Guilloux was a self-taught artist who critics like Albert Aurier, Félix Fénéon and Rémy de Gourmont liken to the time of the Symbolist movement🎨.

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Louis Gaidan (1847-1925) Neo-Impressionist painter



Louis Gaidan was a French painter🎨 associated with the Neo-Impressionism movement🎨.
He was born in Nîmes to a wealthy family who owned a bank, the Banque Gaidan.
He studied in Paris with the Academic painter Jean Jalabert and later in Nîmes with the landscape painter Paulin Bertrand.
Jalabert taught him the fine draftsmanship of the Academic tradition and from Paulin Bertrand he was exposed to the painting of landscapes en plein air.

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Pierre-Auguste Renoir at the Christie's



Christie’s is a name and place that speaks of extraordinary art, unparalleled service, expertise and global reach.
Founded in 1766 by James Christie, Christie's has since conducted the greatest and most celebrated auctions through the centuries providing a popular showcase for the unique and the beautiful.

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Émile Munier (1840-1895) | Academic painter



Émile Munier was born in Paris on June 2, 1840 and lived with his family at 66 rue des Fossés, St Marcel.
His father, Pierre François Munier, was an upholstery artist at the Manufacture Nationale des Gobelins and his mother, Marie Louise Carpentier, was a polisher in a cashmere cloth mill.
Emile, and his older brother François Joseph (born in 1839), went to the local communal school.
By the time their younger brother was born the family’s fortune had improved and Florimond Louis, who was born on September 11, 1851, was enrolled in a boarding school.
All three brothers displayed an early gift for drawing and each had produced a pastel self-portrait between the ages of 13 and 14 - Emile’s is dated 1854.

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Antonio Puccinelli (1822-1897) Macchiaioli painter



Antonio Puccinelli (19 March 1822, Castelfranco di Sotto - 22 July 1897, Florence) was an Italian painter🎨; one of the group known as the "Macchiaioli"🎨.
He was the son of a tailor and was planning to follow his father in that trade, but a group of local citizens noticed his talent for art.
Thanks to a scholarship, he was able to attend the Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze, where he studied with Giuseppe Bezzuoli.

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Joaquín Allustante (1853-1935) | Genre painter



Joaquín Pallarés Allustante was a Spanish painter🎨 of portraits, genre, religious compositions, murals and decorative arts.
He was initially trained at the Escuelas de Bellas Artes de Zaragoza under the tutelage of Marco and Antonio José Palao and at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Saint-Ferdinand (Madrid) where he was a pupil of Vincent Palmaroli and Paul Gonzalvo.
He furthered his training in Paris and remained in the French capital until 1881, when he moved to Rome.

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Joaquín Agrasot (Spanish, 1836-1919)



Joaquín Agrasot y Juan was a Spanish painter🎨 of the Realistic style who produced many works in the Costumbrismo genre.
Agrasot was born in Orihuela. His studies began in his home town and, in 1856, he received a fellowship from the "Diputación Provincial de Alicante", the local government.
He then enrolled at the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Carlos de Valencia, where he studied with the art restorer Francisco Martínez Yago, the father of Salvador Martínez Cubells.

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John Graham-Gilbert (1794-1866) | Portrait painter



John Graham-Gilbert was a Scottish portrait painter and art collector.
Graham-Gilbert was born in Glasgow as John Graham, the son of a West India merchant and was at first trained in his father's counting-house, but preferred art and travelled to London in 1818 where he was admitted into the Royal Academy.

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Georg Friedrich Kersting (1785-1847) Romantic painter



Georg Friedrich Kersting was a German painter🎨, best known for his Biedermeier-style interior paintings and his association with fellow artist Caspar David Friedrich🎨.
Kersting came from a large and impoverished family in Güstrow, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, the son of a glazier.
He studied at the progressive Copenhagen Academy between 1805-1808, where he adapted the visual clarity of the contemporary Danish school and was awarded a silver medal🎨 in draughtsmanship.

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Francesco Gioli (1846-1922) Macchiaioli painter



Francesco Gioli was an Italian painter🎨 and member of the Macchiaioli movement.
He was born in San Frediano a Settimo near Pisa.
He studied first in the Academy of Pisa, then in the Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze, under Antonio Ciseri and Enrico Pollastrini.
His painting of Carlo Emanuele di Savoia dispatches the Spanish Ambassador (1868), first exhibited in Florence, and awarded a prize at an exhibition in Pistoia in 1889, gave him recognition.

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Carl Spitzweg | The Bookworm, 1850



"The Bookworm" / "Der Bücherwurm", is an oil-on-canvas painting by the German painter🎨 and poet Carl Spitzweg (1808-1885)🎨.
The picture was made circa 1850 and is typical of Spitzweg's humorous, anecdotal style and it is characteristic of Biedermeier art in general.

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Arturo Faldi (1856-1911) Macchiaioli painter



Arturo Faldi was an Italian painter🎨. Faldi attended the Academy of Florence, a pupil of Michele Gordigiani and Muzzioli.
He began with arguments drawn from sacred history and paintings with Egyptian as: "Joseph sold to Potiphar", "Predicts that Atirte the first victories of Sesostris", "Pharaoh judged by the people".

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Lionel Royer (French, 1852-1926)



Lionel-Noël Royer was a French painter🎨. He was most famous for painting large scenes of the life of Joan of Arc in the Basilica of Bois-Chenu in Domrémy.
Lionel Royer was born in Château-du-Loir in Sarthe on December 25, 1852.
He volunteered before his 18th birthday for the Franco-Prussian War and took part in the Battle of Loigny-Poupry on December 2, 1870 under the command of General Athanase de Charrette de la Contrie.

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Modest Huys (1874-1932) | Luminist painter



Modest Huys was a Flemish🎨 Impressionist and Luminist painter.
From a young age, he worked in his father's painting and decorating business and later studied at the "Gentse Nijverheidschool" (Ghent Industrial School).
In 1891 or 1892, he came into contact with Emile Claus🎨, who encouraged his artistic inclinations.

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Filippo Anivitti (1876-1955) | Rome painting



Born in Rome, Filippo Anivitti studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, with Filippo Prosperi (1831-1913), holder of the chair of figure.
He then attended the evening courses of Alessandro Morani, at the Industrial Artistic Institute.

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Wilhelm Menzler (1846-1926) | Genre painter



Wilhelm Menzler Casel was a German painter🎨 of portraits, genre scenes and of flowers.
Born in Kassel, Northern Germany, on 28 March 1846 Menzler died in 1926.
Active in Munich he studied with van Lerins and went on to exhibit in Vienna from 1891.
Menzler’s works can be found in museums and galleries in Budapest and in Sydney.

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Alphonse Roehn (1799-1864) | Genre painter



Jean Alphonse Roehn was a French painter🎨 who was born, worked and died in Paris.
He was the son of a successful genre painter🎨 Adolphe-Eugène-Gabriel Roehn (1780-1867) who was his first teacher.
At the age of fourteen, Jean-Alphonse Roehn left his father's studio for the École des Beaux Arts where he studied under Jean-Baptiste Regnault and Antoine-Jean Gros.

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Thérèse Dupré (1877-1920) | Naturalist painter



Thérèse-Marthe-Françoise Dupré was a French🎨 realist painter.
Dupré was born in Paris and learned to paint from her father Jules Dupré🎨.
She is known for paintings depicting women's work in the manner of her father and her uncle Georges Paul François Laurent Laugée.

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Frederick F. Fursman (1874-1943) | Impressionist painter



Frederick F. Fursman, also known as Frederick Frary Fursman, studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and in France before establishing himself as a painter and teacher in Chicago and Milwaukee.
He started Michigan​’s Saugatuck Summer School of Painting in 1910 and remained its director for the next thirty years, influencing many young American artists.