19th Century French Harpist Mandolin Players Portrait Jean Baptiste Bertrand

19th Century French Harpist Mandolin Players Portrait Jean Baptiste Bertrand
19th Century French Harpist Mandolin Players Portrait Jean Baptiste Bertrand
19th Century French Harpist Mandolin Players Portrait Jean Baptiste Bertrand
19th Century French Harpist Mandolin Players Portrait Jean Baptiste Bertrand
19th Century French Harpist Mandolin Players Portrait Jean Baptiste Bertrand
19th Century French Harpist Mandolin Players Portrait Jean Baptiste Bertrand
19th Century French Harpist Mandolin Players Portrait Jean Baptiste Bertrand
19th Century French Harpist Mandolin Players Portrait Jean Baptiste Bertrand
19th Century French Harpist Mandolin Players Portrait Jean Baptiste Bertrand
19th Century French Harpist Mandolin Players Portrait Jean Baptiste Bertrand
19th Century French Harpist Mandolin Players Portrait Jean Baptiste Bertrand
19th Century French Harpist Mandolin Players Portrait Jean Baptiste Bertrand

19th Century French Harpist Mandolin Players Portrait Jean Baptiste Bertrand

19th Century French Harpist Mandolin Players Portrait Jean Baptiste Bertrand. The Beggar Musicians, 19th Century. Fine large 19th century French street scene of two beggar musicians, oil on canvas by Jean Baptiste Bertrand. Excellent quality and condition example of the artists work on a large scale. Jean-Baptiste Bertrand 25 March 1823 Lyon.

, was a French painter and lithographer. In 1844 and had his first Salon exhibition in 1857. He spent 11 years working with P?

Rin and his teacher and friend Victor Orsel. Decorating the chapel of the Eucharist in the Paris Church of Notre Dame de Lorette and in 1854 started work on reproductions of work by Orsel.

Bertrand travelled in Italy between 1857 and 1862. Returning to Paris, he befriended sculptors such as Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux.

Influenced by his sculptor contacts, Bertrand devoted himself from 1866 to allegories. Scenes, departing from his early Nazarene.

These were heroic depictions of the great heroines of history and literature, as in the Death of Sappho (1867), the Death of Virginie (1869), the Death of Manon Lescaut (1870) and the Death of Ophelia (1872). These works became widely known and popular through engravings. Measurements: 36.5" x 28.5" unframed. Our gallery carefully selects its paintings based on their quality and importance.

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The item "19th Century French Harpist Mandolin Players Portrait Jean Baptiste Bertrand" is in sale since Friday, October 18, 2019. This item is in the category "Art\Paintings". The seller is "beckys_sarah" and is located in FARNBOROUGH, Hampshire. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.
19th Century French Harpist Mandolin Players Portrait Jean Baptiste Bertrand


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