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henri joseph harpignies 18191916 cattle grazing bonny sur loire

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SA366243

Henri Joseph Harpignies 1819-1916 Cattle Grazing Bonny Sur Loire

Price

£2,250 | $2,768 USD | €2,546 EUR
Item Number: SA366243
Date of manufacture: Victorian
Current Status: For sale
Seller: Timberhill Gallery
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Description

Henri Joseph Harpignies 1819-1916 was a key member of the Barbizon School this is the name given to a community of mid-19th-century painters who worked in and around the village of Barbizon in the forest of Fontainebleau, south-east of Paris. They painted landscapes and scenes of rural life, occasionally working in the open air. In this respect they were important precursors of the Impressionist. The picture is a wonderful grazing scene showing all the characteristics of the Barbizon School. The Barbizon School took their lead from the Suffolk artist John Constable, who was painting from life landscapes.
Harpignies exhibited extensively including the Salon in Paris. He hangs extensively in both UK and French galleries.
The picture has a hillside grazing scene and is labeled to the verso with Harpignies details and an exhibition label.
Size 9x6 inches image, 12x9 framed.


This antique has been viewed 19 times in the past month with the most views from Finland.


Declaration

This item is antique. The date of manufacture has been declared as Victorian.


Dimensions

Height = 37 cm (14.6")
Width = 30 cm (11.8")
Depth = 7 cm (2.8")


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Timberhill Gallery
Bungay
Suffolk
United Kingdom
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