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    19th century painting on fabric putti cherubs by jeanne jacquemin boyer

    Antique 19th century Painting on Fabric Putti Cherubs by Jeanne Jacquemin Boyer
    • Antique 19th century Painting on Fabric Putti Cherubs by Jeanne Jacquemin Boyer
    • Antique 19th century Painting on Fabric Putti Cherubs by Jeanne Jacquemin Boyer
    • Antique 19th century Painting on Fabric Putti Cherubs by Jeanne Jacquemin Boyer

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    19th century Painting on Fabric of Putti Cherubs by Jeanne Jacquemin Boyer 1863-1938

     
     
     
    An early work by the French Symbolist painter Jeanne Jacquemin born Marie-Jeanne Boyer
     
     

    Absolutely charming painting on rough natural fabric
     
     
     
     
     
    Details of her personal life were mired in controversy and
    misinformation during her lifetime. Leslie Stewart Curtis has claimed
    that, "If Jacquemin and her art have been largely forgotten, it is no
    doubt related to the infamy she had acquired among her art world
    contemporaries. In fact, there is evidence to suggest that she was
    consciously expunged from written records." However, this can also be attributed, in part, to the relatively scarcity of her surviving works.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Jeanne Jacqeumin (Marie-Jeanne Boyer) was a French artist associated with the Symbolist movement. She was born on 13 April 1863 in Paris and died in Paris in 1938. She married ?douard Jacquemin, but later left him to live with the engraver Auguste Lauzet, a friend of Vincent Van Gogh
     
     

    Jacquemin's art was influenced by Puvis de Chavannes, Edward Burne Jones, Gustave Moreau and Odilon Redon 
     
     

    Describing the works she exhibited in the 1894 "Peintres Impressionistes et Symbolistes" exhibition at Le Barc de Boutteville
    the critic Ren? Barjean wrote that "the emotional intensity of the
    faces explored by Madame Jeanne Jacquemin enchants and will always
    enchant the poets." Her work, like that of her Symbolist contemporaries, addresses mysticism, dream states, nature, and
     
     

    la douleur,
    or pain. The particular brand of isolation and otherworldliness found
    in her works coincides with an ambivalent figuration of gender. Her
    treatment of the "female androgyne" has been associated with the efforts
    of female Symbolist artists to explore psychic states "not confined to
    masculine sensibilities," but that do not necessarily put forward a
    counter-model of "essentialized female sensibility."
     
     

    Jacquemin exhibited approximately 40 works during her lifetime, most of
    which were executed in pastel and few of which are in existance today.
     
     

    Width (cm):
    81
    Height (cm):
    57
    Depth (cm):
    2
    Price: RESERVED

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