HENRI JOSEPH HARPIGNIES 1819-1916 RURAL BARBIZON LANDSCAPE Antique Oil Painting

HENRI JOSEPH HARPIGNIES 1819-1916 RURAL BARBIZON LANDSCAPE Antique Oil Painting
HENRI JOSEPH HARPIGNIES 1819-1916 RURAL BARBIZON LANDSCAPE Antique Oil Painting
HENRI JOSEPH HARPIGNIES 1819-1916 RURAL BARBIZON LANDSCAPE Antique Oil Painting
HENRI JOSEPH HARPIGNIES 1819-1916 RURAL BARBIZON LANDSCAPE Antique Oil Painting
HENRI JOSEPH HARPIGNIES 1819-1916 RURAL BARBIZON LANDSCAPE Antique Oil Painting
HENRI JOSEPH HARPIGNIES 1819-1916 RURAL BARBIZON LANDSCAPE Antique Oil Painting
HENRI JOSEPH HARPIGNIES 1819-1916 RURAL BARBIZON LANDSCAPE Antique Oil Painting
HENRI JOSEPH HARPIGNIES 1819-1916 RURAL BARBIZON LANDSCAPE Antique Oil Painting
HENRI JOSEPH HARPIGNIES 1819-1916 RURAL BARBIZON LANDSCAPE Antique Oil Painting
HENRI JOSEPH HARPIGNIES 1819-1916 RURAL BARBIZON LANDSCAPE Antique Oil Painting
HENRI JOSEPH HARPIGNIES 1819-1916 RURAL BARBIZON LANDSCAPE Antique Oil Painting
HENRI JOSEPH HARPIGNIES 1819-1916 RURAL BARBIZON LANDSCAPE Antique Oil Painting

HENRI JOSEPH HARPIGNIES 1819-1916 RURAL BARBIZON LANDSCAPE Antique Oil Painting
19th Century oil painting on artists mahogany panel of a river landscape with figures by Henri Joseph Harpignies 1819 - 1916. Signed indistinctly lower right - see photo. Very well observed and fluently painted. The painting is in very good original condition.

Measures 32.5cms x 17.5cms (12 3/4" x 7") and 53cms x 38cms (21" x 15") in its original frame. Henri Joseph Harpignies was an influential landscape painter who had an aptitude for drawing from an early age. In 1846, he decided to devote himself totally to painting and became a student of the esteemed painter Jean-Alexis Achard.

Under his tutelage, Harpignies traveled to Holland, Brussels, and Flanders to study the northern landscapists of the 17th century. Shortly after returning to France he left again this time for Italy, where he met many of the artists of the Villa Medici in Rome. During this time, he began experimenting in watercolor and became interested in the work of Corot. A year later he moved outside of Paris to continue his outdoor painting. His work was closely aligned to that off the Barbizon School and stressed the permanent rather than transitory aspects of nature.

Trees were particularly important to the artist, who focused on them extensively in his compositions. In fact, one important critic of the day referred to him as the Michangelo of Trees. Harpignies made his Salon debut in 1853 and continued to exhibit for many years. Between 1869 and 1879 he spent his summers at Herisson where he led a group known at the Ecole dHerisson. Continually traveling throughout France during his long career, Harpignies was never exclusively a member of one group. He died in Saint-Privie having won the Legion dhonneur and the Grand Prix at the Exposition Universelle of 1900.

Museum collections include: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, National Gallery of Art, Washington D. Cleveland Museum of Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena, Tate Gallery, London, Fitzwilliam Musem, Cambridge. Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting. Create your brand with Auctiva's. Attention Sellers - Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva.

The item "HENRI JOSEPH HARPIGNIES 1819-1916 RURAL BARBIZON LANDSCAPE Antique Oil Painting" is in sale since Wednesday, April 21, 2021. This item is in the category "Art\Paintings". The seller is "unt10y" and is located in Nuneaton. This item can be shipped worldwide.


HENRI JOSEPH HARPIGNIES 1819-1916 RURAL BARBIZON LANDSCAPE Antique Oil Painting


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