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D'espagnat George
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d' Espagnat Georges Nu de Dos
D'espagnat George
D' ESPAGNAT GEORGES NU DE DOS
GALLERY: Guarisco Gallery Ltd. (202) 333-8533 guariscogallery@mindspring.com SIZE: h: 31.9 x w: 25.6 in / h: 81 x w: 65 cm
d' Espagnat  Georges Flower Still Life
D'espagnat George
D' ESPAGNAT GEORGES FLOWER STILL LIFE
ARTIST: GALLERY: Vienna Fine Arts +43-1-512 6271 vienna.fine.arts@aon.at MARKINGS: Monogrammed upper right G.d.E. SIZE: h: 95 x w: 75 cm / h: 37.4 x w: 29.5 in DESCRIPTION: Certificate: Jean - Dominique Jacquemond PROVENANCE: Galerie Durand - Ruel
d' Espagnat Georges  Madre e figlio  con sfondo naturale
D'espagnat George
D' ESPAGNAT GEORGES MADRE E FIGLIO CON SFONDO NATURALE
GALLERY: Connaught Brown 44 (0) 207 408 0362 art@connaughtbrown.co.uk WORK DATE: 1926 MARKINGS: Signed with initials SIZE: h: 44.5 x w: 54.5 cm / h: 17.5 x w: 21.5 in
d'Espagnat Georges
D'espagnat George
D'ESPAGNAT GEORGES
Le Génie des Arts veillant sur le peuple de France Elément 1 sur 4 Architecture intérieure Peinture (Plafond) Peinture sur plafond Date : 1937 Sénat et jardin du Luxembourg Salon Victor Hugo Palais du Luxembourg
D'Espagnat Georges Bouquet de Fleurs
D'espagnat George
D'ESPAGNAT GEORGES BOUQUET DE FLEURS
d' ESPAGNAT Georges La gare de banlieue.
D'espagnat George
D' ESPAGNAT GEORGES LA GARE DE BANLIEUE.
1895 Musée d'Orsay
D'Espagnat Georges Maison de Campagne
D'espagnat George
D'ESPAGNAT GEORGES MAISON DE CAMPAGNE
(1900) Oil on canvas 73 x 60 Cm
   
GEORGES D'ESPAGNAT (French,1870-1950)
Inventory #12157 French painter, illustrator and stage designer, disdaining the traditional art schools, Georges d’Espagnat studied part-time at the Académie Colarossi in Paris under Gustave-Claude-Etienne Courtois (1852–1923) and Jean-André Rixens (1846–1924) but was mostly self-taught. In 1891 he exhibited at the Salon des Refusés and the following year at the Salon des Indépendants. His early works, such as Suburban Railway (c. 1895; Paris, Mus. d’Orsay), showed a strong debt to Impressionism. He was a friend of Renoir as well as of Paul Signac, Henri Edmond Cross, Louis Valtat and later Maurice Denis, Bonnard and Vuillard. In 1898 he visited Morocco where he painted such works as Moroccan Horseman (1898; see Cailler, p. 7). After his return to France, he concentrated on studies from nature, paintings of women, children and flowers and decorative projects for private patrons. In 1904 he exhibited at the Salon d’Automne, becoming its Vice-President in 1935. Between 1905 and 1910 he made several trips with Valtat to visit Renoir on the Côte d’Azur as well as travelling to Spain, Italy, Portugal, Britain, Germany and elsewhere. In 1906 he illustrated Remy de Gourmont’s book Sixtine, published in Paris. In the early 1910s he painted a number of portraits including several musician friends, including Albert Roussel (1912; see Cailler, p. 13), by which time his work was more simplified, fluid and intimate. In 1914 he provided the decor for a production of Alfred de Musset’s play Fantasio at the Théâtre de Batignolles in Paris. After working in a camouflage unit during World War I, in 1920 d’Espagnat bought a country house in the Quercy region and over the next decade painted numerous landscapes and interiors there (e.g. Interior, 1925; Metz, Mus. A. & Hist.). During the 1930s he worked in various media. He illustrated Alphonse Daudet’s L’Immortel (Paris, 1930) and also produced theatre designs. Ironically, considering his earlier attitudes, from 1936 to 1940 he was a professor at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Though disrupted by World War II, he continued to paint until his death and with his pupil Suzanne Humbert, illustrated Francis Jammes’s Clairières dans le ciel, 1902–1906 (Paris, 1948).




 
 
 

 


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