Emile NOIROT 1853/1934 - The bay of Tamaris (Var - France), French Riviera
Signed: lower left and dated 1894, referenced painter and side.
This painting is in the catalog of the Emile Noirot retrospective, from the Roanne Museum, on page: 8 (see photo)
Oil painting on canvas, in good condition,
(small old restorations that are visible only on the back)
Subject: Tamaris Bay, in the Mediterranean
Period: 19th century
Formats: with frame 77 x 54 cm - without frame 55 x 35 cm
Frame: 19th, gilded wood with gold leaf, vintage painting, in good condition
Emile NOIROT 1853/1934
Émile Noirot of his real name Benoît Émile Noirot, born June 5, 1853 in Roanne (Loire) and died June 5, 1924 in Le Bourzat (commune of Saint-Germain-des-Fossés) (Allier), is a French painter.
Emile Noirot is the son of Louis Noirot (1820-1924) painter lithographer and Françoise Jacques.
Pupil of his father Louis Noirot. He underwent the influence of the Barbizon school, notably as teachers François-Louis Français and Charles-François Daubigny, moving towards outdoor landscape painting.
He also received advice from Ravier. He began at the Salon of 1874 and became a painter of the Ministry of Marine.
Honorable mention in 1889, third class medal in 1891, first class medal in 1893, bronze medal in 1900. He received the title of Knight of the Legion of Honor in 1902.
He also exhibited in St. Petersburg, London, Brussels, Venice, Chicago, Antwerp, Mulhouse etc.
Leaving Paris and the forest of Fontainebleau in 1881, to settle on the forest floor.
His works are present in many museums: Puy, Lyon, Roanne, Saint Etienne, Toulon, etc.
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Emile NOIROT 1853/1934 - The bay of Tamaris, Côte d'Azur
Dimensions : 54 x 77 cm
Framing : gilded wooden frame of the 19th
Number of copies : 1
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Emile NOIROT 1853/1934 - The bay of Tamaris, Côte d'Azur Sold by Artableaux Galerie