painting of the month
A Bouquet of Tulips by Rémillieux
The efflorescence of flower painting in the early nineteenth century was a Europe-wide phenomenon. It was fueled by a new interest in nature, growing scientific interest in botany and the insatiable demand of leading European porcelain and textile manufactories for the refined workmanship of peintres-décorateurs. Schools for flower painting were set up, some independently run and others affiliated to local academies of art. Pierre Étienne Rémillieux was admitted to the École nationale des beaux-arts in 1828. Please continue to read.
our new catalogue is out!
Paintings, Oil Sketches and Drawings 1640-1955
The selection of works described in the present catalogue opens with a carefully curated group of early nineteenth century Romantic landscapes. Striking images of the natural world by Nordic Symbolists and a group of three landscapes by Italian Symbolist painters follow. Twentieth-century art focuses on important works by Liebermann and Corinth. The catalogue also showcases ... Read more.
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