Jean-François RAFFAELLI - Une Rue en Hiver, Pres de Paris

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Type of Artwork Original artwork
Title Une Rue en Hiver, Pres de Paris
Year 1890
Category Painting
Medium Oil
Signature lower left
Size of the artwork
18 x 12.5 in
45.72 x 31.75 cm
Overall Framed Size
27 x 22 in
68.58 x 55.88 cm
Certificate issued by Brame and Lorenceau, Paris
Bill/Invoice No
Condition excellent
Observations

Provenence: Private
collection,Paris

Certified by Brame and
Lorenceau, Paris.

Raffaelli was a great friend of the Impressionists—particularly of Edgar Degas, Camille Pissarro, and Mary
Cassatt.  Bitter quarrels with Degas and his own growing success in the Salon, however, eventually caused him to move away from that group and increasingly into the world of the official art
establishment.  However, he did remain on good terms with Cassatt and Pissarro, artists who shared his love of coloretching.  He was basically an Impressionist and remained true to the subjects he knew best, such as the
suburbs of Paris, the landscapes and villages along the Seine, and the animals
of the countryside.  With rare acuity ofvision, Raffaelli also depicted the downtrodden or work weary figures,
carefully individualized in their accustomed milieu.

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