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Emile Bernard

France (Lille 1868 -  Paris 1941 ) Wikipedia® : Emile Bernard
BERNARD Emile Mère Et Enfant

Sotheby's /Nov 6, 2015
111,267.71 - 185,446.18
149,581.25

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Variants on Artist's name :

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Emile Henri Bernard

 

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Emile Bernard - Chevalier

Emile Bernard - Chevalier

Original 1890
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Lot number: 38
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Lot 38: Lithograph „Chevalier“ by Émile Bernard, France around 1890 Description: Lithograph France, around 1890 Émile Bernard (1868-1941) – French painter, graphic artist and art theorist Graphics by Émile Bernard fetch up to 23.000,- Euro at international auctions Printed lower left „Émile Bernard“; stamped lower right Number 113 of 200 issues Framed in passe-partout under glass
Emile Bernard - La Sicilienne Au Bouquet De Fleurs

Emile Bernard - La Sicilienne Au Bouquet De Fleurs

Original 1922
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Lot number: 10
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Lot 10: Émile Bernard, La Sicilienne au Bouquet de Fleurs, 1922 Oil on paper, laid on cardboard Italy/France, 1922 Émile Henri Bernard (1868-1941) – French painter, graphic artist and art theorist; co-founder of the school of Pont-Aven Signed and indistinctly dated ‘Émile Bernard 19 ..’’’’ lower left Most likely inscribed by the artist ‘Émile Bernard’’’’ with address in Paris on the reverse Catalogue raisonné: Luthi 1056 The work is accompanied by a copy of the photo expertise issued by the Committee of the Wildenstein Institute in Paris on October 22, 2007 Dimensions: 81.5 x 105.5 cm Mounted in glazed baroque-style frame: 103 x 122 cm Good condition Provenance: Private collection, France; private collection, Southern Germany Beginning in 1900, Émile Bernard sojourned alternately in France and in Italy, including Venice and Naples. While his productive early work led him to pointillism and eventually to cloisonnism and synthetism, he somewhat distanced himself from his experimental way of painting in his late work. The painting is in good condition, according to age, showing minor framing marks and craquelure. The paper has been laid on cardboard. The inspection under UV light reveals strengthening lines to the figure and the bouquet of flowers, as well as a few touch-ups to the background. The frame comes with slight wear. The dimensions are 81.5 x 105.5 cm, while the frame measures 103 x 122 cm. The French painter and graphic artist, who also wrote several theoretic essays, is considered an early representative of the modern art movement and a co-founder of the ‘Cloisonismus’’’’ and the ‘Synthetism’’’’. He is a member of the so-called School of Pont-Aven, which was founded by Paul Gauguin. Their members met in the same name French village in Pont-Aven in Brittany. Their main aim was to overcome the Impressionist style of painting. (cko)
Emile Bernard - La Crucifixion

Emile Bernard - La Crucifixion

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Lot number: 582
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Description: Bernard, EmileOil on canvas (doubled). Signed and dated as well as with exhibition labels on stretcher frame on verso. - Decoratively framed. Occas. with slight craquelure, left margin with retouching. - Provenance: K. Noordenbos, Den Haag (with label on verso), private estate Hesse, Germany. - Exhibition: Dienst voor schone Kunsten, Gemeentemuseum S'Gravenhage, 1967. - With added copy of certificate by Jean-Jacques Luthi (1994).La Crucifixion. 1899. Öl auf Leinwand (doubliert). 106 x 70 cm. Signiert und datiert sowie verso auf dem Keilrahmen mit alten Ausstellungsetiketten. - Dekorativ gerahmt. Vereinzelt mit leichtem Craquelé, am linken Rand mit Retusche.Provenienz: K. Noordenbos, Den Haag (verso mit Aufkleber), Privatsammlung Hessen. - Ausstellungen: Dienst voor schone Kunsten, Gemeentemuseum S'Gravenhage, 1967. - Mit beiliegendem Zertifikat in Kopie von Jean-Jacques Luthi vom 18. November 1994.
Emile Bernard - Mère Et Enfant

Emile Bernard - Mère Et Enfant

Original 1898
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Lot number: 350
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Émile Bernard 1868 - 1941 MÈRE ET ENFANT Signed Emile Bernard (lower left) Oil on canvas 15 by 18 1/4 in. 38.3 by 46.3 cm Read Condition Report Read Condition Report Register or Log-in to view condition report Saleroom Notice Authentication Madame Béatrice Recchi Altarriba has kindly confirmed the authenticity of this work. Provenance Galerie René Drouet, Paris Dr. & Mrs. James H. Lockhart, Jr., Geneseo, New York Private Collection, New York (by descent from the above by 1978) Acquired from the above Catalogue Note In 1884 Bernard began his studies in Paris at the École nationale des Beaux-Arts. He studied under the painter Fernand Cormon and soon became friends with fellow students Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Louis Anquetin. Expelled a year later for his debates relating to the Impressionist artists, he traveled by foot along the coast where his path crossed with Émile Schuffenecker, who in turn arranged an introduction to Paul Gauguin. Bernard also met van Gogh, and after the latter's death he would go on to organize the first French retrospective of van Gogh's work. Fascinated with the concepts of Divisionism and Pointillism as well as the aesthetic of Japanese woodblock prints, Bernard and Anquetin would together create Cloisonnism. Some years later Bernard planned on accompanying Gauguin on one of his voyages, but instead he found himself traveling on his own to Cairo where he settled in the old Arab quarter in 1893. By the middle of 1894 he married his wife, Hanenah. Hanenah's elegant arched brows and bow shaped lips feature prominently in several of the artist's works (see fig. 1) and the figure in Mére et enfant can hardly be of another woman. Hanenah and Bernard had five children together, although only two survived infancy. Years later the two split ways after Bernard fell in love with Andrée Fort, with whom he also had a child. In 1896 the family traveled to Spain where Bernard created several works with predominantly blue backgrounds similar to Mére et enfant which, it has been suggested, presage Picasso's Blue Period. This coincided with his renewed interest in Catholicism, as evidenced in the crucifix found in his self-portrait painted during this time (see fig. 2). Fig. 1 Emile Bernard, Portrait d’’’’Hanenah , 1898, oil on canvas, Private Collection Fig. 2 Emile Bernard, Autoportrait de Séville , 1897, oil on canvas, Private Collection See More See Less
Emile Bernard - Molosmes - Soir D'automne Dans Les Vallons

Emile Bernard - Molosmes - Soir D'automne Dans Les Vallons

Original 1916
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Lot number: 23
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Emile Bernard French, 1868-1941 Molosmes - Soir D'Automne Dans Les Vallons , 1916 Signed Emile Bernard Oil on paper laid down on canvas 29 5/8 x 41 3/8 inches (75.3 x 105 cm) Provenance: Private collection Sale: Pillon, Calais, Tableaux XIXe et XXe Siecles , Mar. 14, 1993, Lot 112 Private collection Literature: Jean-Jacques Luthi, Emile Bernard: Catalogue Raisonne de l'Oeuvre Peint , Paris: Editions SIDE, 1982, p. 140, no. 905, illus. Jean-Jacques Luthi and Armand Israel, Emile Bernard: Instigateur de l'Ecole de Pont-Aven, Precurseur de l'Art Moderne: Sa Vie, Son Oeuvre: Catalogue Raisonne , Paris: Editions des Catalogues Raisonnes, 2014, p. 274, no. 927, illus. This work is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Dr. Laure Harscoet-Marie, the granddaughter of the artist, dated October 4, 1993.
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