Henri Fantin-Latour:
Picture "White lilies in a glass vase"


Henri Fantin-Latour:
Picture "White lilies in a glass vase"


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Limited, 950 pieces | Original dietz replica | Oil on canvas | On stretcher | Real wood bar | Size approx. 48 x 39 cm (H / W)


Henri Fantin-Latour: Picture "White lilies in a glass vase"

French painter and graphic designer (1836-1904), who received painting lessons. He was temporarily employed in Courbet. A little-known area of his work is the flower painting. He brought some flowers pieces after each country stay, that took almost exclusively their way to England.

Original: Oil on canvas, Walter Annenberg, Palm Springs.

Original dietz replica. Oil on canvas in 110 colours. Limited edition 950 pieces. Each canvas replica is taut as the template on stretcher frames, so you can tighten the canvas at room temperature and humidity fluctuations. Framed with silver real wood bar. Size incl. frame approx 48 x 39 cm (H / W).

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Henri Fantin-Latour (1836-1904) lived his time in a certain sense in Paris, at the epicentre of the early modernism. He was friends with many writers and painters, who revolutionized art. But he maintained although regular contact with the Impressionists (Manet, Degas and Whistler who were among his friends), he remained committed to his realism painting style of Gustave Courbet.

He became famous by his still lifes, which he executed in almost photographic accuracy and that his painter colleagues who pursuing new ideas and approaches had mostly appreciated. In addition to series of group portraits, in which he set his illustrious circle of friends in the picture - especially in the "homage to Delacroix" 1865 (showing the deceased painter and others. Surrounded by Whistler, Manet, Baudelaire and Fantin-Latour himself), in 1870 resulting "Atelier des Batignolles", the Manet and its vicinity portrays (including. Zola, Monet and Renoir).

His lithographs, where he dealt with the music of his time were of great influence. Nowadays they are historically as a bridge from realism to later symbolism.