Pierre Emmanuel Damoye (1847-1916) - French Seine river valley,

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Pierre Emmanuel Damoye (1847-1916) - French Seine river valley,
Ulei pe panou - Semnat de mână - 1892

Pierre Emmanuel Damoye (Paris 1847-1916)
French Seine river valley, Landscape, 1892, signed
Oil on mahogany Panel, nice wooden frame, 42 x 33 cm
Movement & Style: Impressionist


Pierre Emmanuel Damoye was French artist born in Paris on February 20, 1847. He studied his craft at the School of Fine Arts and went on to become a renowned and influential landscape artist noted for his sweeping skies, tree studded-plains, and vibrant farmlands. He was regularly recognized by a broad range of art critics as one of the most significant heirs to the Barbizon school tradition.

Damoye studied at the School of Fine Arts in the studio of Leon Bonnat, one of the foremost figure painters and portraitists of the late nineteenth-century. Damoye, however, seems to have committed himself to landscape art from the beginning of his career. His earliest dated works from the late 1860s also clearly revealed the influence of both Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot and Charles-François Daubigny, from whom he acquired both a brighter range of colors and a looser, more 'impressionist' brush style. And, although he was cognizant of the example of Corot and Daubigny, he built his repertoire of compositions and favored sites quite independently of the two 'old masters' of river landscape, thus developing a very personalized color scheme.
He is also one of the principal artists associated with the 'school of Pontoise', a group of young landscapists who painted mainly along the riverbanks of the Seine and Oise Rivers, north of Paris, often establishing homes in Pontoise. He also painted the river banks and upland plateaus of the Oise and Seine basins, worked frequently in Picardy and throughout the great Loire valley. He also made at least one trip to the Normandy coast.

Damoye began to exhibit at the Salon of 1875 with a landscape titled Winter, and by 1879 he had won his first medal, a bronze or third class honor, beginning an unusually rapid rise for a landscape painter. In 1884 he received a second class medal, followed by a very prestigious gold medal at the grand, centennial Universal Exhibition (1889). He was inducted into the Legion of Honour in 1893 and became a member of the Salon jury in 1900. Despite such official recognition, however, Damoye was instrumental in forming the break-away Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, a rival exhibition association, and he continued to be associated with the ‘Salon du Champ-de-Mars’ until his death in 1916.

Damoye's works can be seen in the Musée du Louvre, Paris; Musée d'Orsay, Paris; Musée des Beaux-Arts, Bordeaux; Musée des Beaux-Arts, Troyes, France; and the National Museum of Art, Bucharest, Romania; Ateneum Art Museum, Helsinki. Given his skill and status among 19th Century artists, his works have also been highly sought by private collectors, resulting in an impressive record of successful auction transactions, including Christie's (New York, $30,000), Osenat (Paris), Sotheby's (New York), Beaussant Lefevre (Paris),

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Pierre Emmanuel Damoye (Paris 1847-1916) Vallée de la Seine, Paysage, 1892
Oil on mahogany panel, pretty wooden frame, 42 x 33 cm, signed on the bottom left.
Movement & Style: Impressionist
Pierre Emmanuel Damoye is a French artist born in Paris on February 20, 1847. He studied his craft at the École des Beaux-Arts and became a renowned and influential landscape gardener, known for his radiant skies, tree-covered plains and vibrant farmland. He was regularly recognized by a wide range of art critics as one of the most significant heirs to the Barbizon school tradition. Damoye studied at the School of Fine Arts in the studio of Léon Bonnat, one of the greatest painters and portrait painters of the late 19th century. Damoye, however, seems to have been involved in landscape art since the beginning of his career. His early works from the late 1860s also clearly reveal the influence of Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot and Charles-François Daubigny, from whom he acquired both a brighter range of colours and a looser, more "impressionist" brush style. And, while knowing the example of Corot and Daubigny, he builds up his repertoire of compositions and favours the sites independently of the two "old masters" of the river landscape, thus developing a highly personalised palette of colours. He is also one of the main artists associated with the "School of Pontoise", a group of young landscapers who paint mainly along the banks of the Seine and the Oise, north of Paris, often settling in Pontoise. He also painted the banks and plateaus of the highlands of the Oise and Seine basins, frequently working in Picardy and throughout the great Loire Valley. He also made at least one trip to the Normandy coast. Damoye began exhibiting at the Salon of 1875 with a landscape entitled ‘L’hiver’, and in 1879 he had won his first medal, a bronze or a third-class honour, beginning an unusually rapid progression for a landscape painter. In 1884 he received a second-class medal, followed by a very prestigious gold medal at the great and centenary Exposition Universelle (1889). He was awarded the Legion of Honour in 1893 andbecame a member of the Salon jury in 1900. Despite this official recognition, however, Damoye played a key role in the formation of the National Society of Fine Arts, a rival exhibition association, and continued to be associated with the "Champ-de-Mars Salon" until his death in 1916. Damoye's works can be seen at the Louvre Museum, Paris; Musée d'Orsay, Paris; Bordeaux Museum of Fine Arts; Museum of Fine Arts, Troyes, France; and the National Museum of Art, Bucharest, Romania; Ateneum Art Museum, Helsinki. Given his skill and status among 19th century artists, his works have also been highly sought after by private collectors, which has allowed him to win an impressive number of successful auction transactions, including Christie's (New York, $30,000), Osenat (Paris), Sotheby's (New York). , Beaussant Lefevre (Paris),

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皮埃尔·伊曼纽尔·达莫耶(Pierre Emmanuel Damoye,巴黎1847-1916年),法国塞纳河山谷,风景,1892年,桃花心木油画,木制框架,长42 x 33厘米。他在巴黎高等美术学院学习手工艺,并以其广阔的天空,树木繁茂的平原和生机勃勃的农田而闻名,成为一名著名的有影响力的风景画家。他经常被广泛的艺术评论家认可为巴比松学校传统的最重要继承人之一。达莫耶 (Damoye)莱昂 邦纳 (LéonBonnat) 工作室 Ecoledes Fine Arts术习莱昂-波纳特 (LeonBonnat)是九纪末期最物画要肖像画肖像画肖像画然而.达莫耶 从职业涯开始就似乎致涯开始就似乎致于风园于风艺术他最早期为代后期代后期作品也清楚揭示了让 巴蒂斯特 卡米尔-柯罗 (Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot) 查尔斯 弗朗索瓦 尼 (Charles-FrançoisDaubigny)-影响 他从获了更亮色彩范围色彩范围更宽,更"印象派笔触风格而且,尽管他了解Corot和Daubigny的例子,但他建立了自己的作品集,并完全独立于两个“老主人”的河道景观而偏爱地点,因此开发了非常个性化的配色方案。他还是与"蓬图瓦兹学校"相关的主要艺术家之一,"蓬图瓦兹学校"是一群年轻的园林绿化画家,主要在巴黎北部的塞纳河和瓦兹河的河岸上绘画,经常在蓬图瓦兹建立房屋。他还画了瓦兹河和塞纳河盆地的河岸和高地高原,经常在皮卡第和整个卢瓦尔河大山谷中工作。他还至少去了诺曼底海岸。达莫耶(Damoye)开始在1875年的沙龙中展出名为L'hiver的风景画。到1879年,他获得了第一枚奖牌,铜奖或三等奖,这对风景画家来说是一个非同寻常的迅速增长。 1884年,他获得了二等奖,紧随其后的是百年纪念盛大的Universelle博览会(1889),他获得了非常负盛名的金牌。 1893,他被选入Legiond'honneur,并为沙龙评审团员尽管获了官认,但Damoye还是帮助了独展览协即竞争术 直到1916他去 他为止直直保持联系榭丽舍街保持联系巴 卢浮宫博物馆 (Louvre Museum) - 以看到达莫耶作品巴黎奥赛博物馆;波尔多美术学院博物馆;法国特鲁瓦美术学院博物馆;以及罗马尼亚布加勒斯特的国家艺术博物馆;赫尔辛基雅典娜艺术博物馆。鉴于他在19世纪艺术家中的技巧和地位,他的作品也受到了私人收藏家的追捧,从而创造了令人印象深刻的成功拍卖记录,包括佳士得(纽约,30,000美元),奥塞纳特(巴黎),苏富比(纽约) ,波弗·勒菲佛(巴黎,

Detaliile lotului
Obiect
Pictură
Artist
Pierre Emmanuel Damoye (1847-1916)
Titlu operei de artă
French Seine river valley,
Perioadă
1800-1899
An
1892
Tehnică
Ulei pe panou
Semnătură
Semnat de mână
Stare
Stare excelentă
3 kg
Dimensiuni totale
33×4×42 cm
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