FOUBERT Emile ( 1848 / 1911 )Along the river.Oil on panel signed and dated 1902 lower right.12,6 / 16,1 inOriginal frame.Museums : Bayeux, Compiègne, St Etienne.Emile FOUBERT was born in Bayonne in 1848, dead at Paris in 1911.He was the pupil of Léon Joseph Florentin Bonnat, then Charles Busson and the landscape painter Henri Léopold Lévy whose influence, balanced by that of Cobelch and Millet, was decisive on the way of Foubert. Who exposed in the Parisian Shows from 1875 till 1880, obtaining the honourable mention in 1879, and reward(award) of the third class next year. His first subjects were portraits, religious allegories and mythological compositions: " the punishment of Caïphe ", " Hésiode and the Muse ", " The Christ in the Column ", and " Nymphs and faun. " In 1884 he was admitted in the Society of the French Artists; the exhibition of 1885 was worth to him a second-class medal, that of the 1889 a bronze medal, finally in 1900 a silver medal was attributed to him.violondingres.fr
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