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Eugene Boudin

France (Honfleur 1824 -  Deauville 1898 ) Wikipedia® : Eugene Boudin
BOUDIN Eugene Les Hauteurs De Trouville

Van Ham /Nov 13, 2015
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Eugene Boudin - Études De Crinolines

Eugene Boudin - Études De Crinolines

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Lot number: 101
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Eugène Boudin 1824-1898 ÉTUDES DE CRINOLINES stamped with the initials E.B. (lower right) watercolour, wash and pencil on paper 16.5 by 23.5cm., 6 1/2 by 9 1/4 in. Authentication This work will be included in the forthcoming Catalogue raisonné of the Works on Paper of Eugène Boudin currently being prepared by Manuel Schmit. Provenance Robert von Hirsch, Basel Thence by descent to the family of the present owner in 1978
Eugene Boudin - Trouville. Les Tentes

Eugene Boudin - Trouville. Les Tentes

Original 1880
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Lot number: 307
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Eugène Boudin (1824-1898) Trouville. Les tentes indistinctly signed, dated and inscribed 'Trouville 80. E Boudin.' (lower right) oil on cradled panel 5 1/2 x 10 1/2 in. (14 x 26.5 cm.) Painted in 1880 Special Notice These lots have been imported from outside the EU for sale using a Temporary Import regime. Import VAT is payable (at 5%) on the Hammer price. VAT is also payable (at 20%) on the buyer’’’’s Premium on a VAT inclusive basis. This VAT is not shown separately on the invoice. When a buyer of such a lot has registered an EU address but wishes to export the lot or complete the import into another EU country, he must advise Christie's immediately after the auction. Provenance Galeries Durand-Ruel, Paris, by whom acquired on 29 April 1890. Di Pietro, by whom acquired from the above in December 1923. Private collection, by 1973. Arthur Tooth & Sons Ltd, London (no. 6992). Acquired from the above, circa 1974, and thence by descent to the present owners. Pre-Lot Text PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED PRIVATE EUROPEAN COLLECTOR Exhibited Paris, Galeries Durand-Ruel, Exposition de tableaux, pastels, fusains par Eugène Boudin, July - August 1889, no. 80. Paris, Galerie Bernheim-Jeune & Fils, Euge'ne Boudin, November 1900, no. 25. Paris, Galeries Durand-Ruel, Euge'ne Boudin, 1923, no. 38.
Eugene Boudin - Sur La Plage

Eugene Boudin - Sur La Plage

Original 1876
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Lot number: 6
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Description: EUGENE BOUDIN (French, 1824-1898) SUR LA PLAGE 1876, pencil and wash on paper signed E. Boudin , l.l.; dated 1876 , l.r. sight: 5 3/4 x 11 in. (12 x 17 in.) Provenance: Property of a Weston, Massachusetts Collection. Exhibitions: Galerie Schmidt, Paris, France, "Exposition Eugene Boudin", May 5 - 26, 1965, no. 155 (label verso). Other Notes: Bears Galerie Cardo, Paris, France label, verso; bears Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA label, verso; bears Christie's New York label, verso; bears label "BELA 5584", verso.
Eugene Boudin - Les Hauteurs De Trouville

Eugene Boudin - Les Hauteurs De Trouville

Original 1875
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Lot number: 734
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Description: BOUDIN, EUGÈNE 1824 Honfleur - 1898 Deauville Les hauteurs de Trouville. Hill near Trouville. 1875. Oil on wood. 20 x 41 cm. Signed lower right: E. Boudin. Dated lower left Trouville -75-. Framed. Provenance: - Hôtel Drouot, Paris, May 20-21, 1901, no. 7 - Collection Diéterle, Paris - André Schoeller, Paris - Arthur Tooth & Sons, London - Sotheby's, London, June 22, 1966, Lot 7 - Richard Feigen Gallery, New York (label) - Private collection, Houston, Texas - Hammer Galleries, New York; gallery's documentation present. Literature: Schmit, Robert: Eugène Boudin 1824-1898, Paris 1973, Tome I, cat.rais.no. 1047 with b/w ill. Exhibitions: Hammer Galleries, New York: "Decades of Light, early modern French Painting", October 8-25, 1980 (ill. exhibition cat. p. 28) Boudin is often referred to as "impressionist of the very beginning". With his bold and free painting he paves the way for the later impressionists. He has a great sense for capturing light reflexes, his works show the lively flickering of the atmosphere by the means of a spacious brushwork. Boudin is the first to discover the major talent of Claude (actually "Oskar") Monet and will be his first teacher. In 1874 Boudin, whom Corot gave the nickname "King of Skies", participated in the first exhibition of the impressionists. Not only his harbour and marine scenes are famous, but especially his impressionistic beach scenes which he vitalised by the means of bathing people and ladies in crinolines. One of these paintings shows the accompanied Empress Eugénie at the beach of Trouville. For "Les hauteurs de Trouville" Boudin climbs the hill and shows us the view on the small town and the beach. This delicate masterstroke reveals that Boudin is a sensitive observer of the sky and the sea. Special-Edition-Catalogue_Collection_Stinner Text-Special-Edition-Catalogue_Collection_Stinner
Eugene Boudin - Fécamp, Le Bassin Au Coucher Du Soleil

Eugene Boudin - Fécamp, Le Bassin Au Coucher Du Soleil

Original 1894
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Lot number: 165
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Eugène Boudin 1824-1898 FÉCAMP, LE BASSIN AU COUCHER DU SOLEIL Signed E. Boudin, dated 94 and inscribed Fécamp (lower left) Oil on canvas 18 1/4 by 25 3/4 in.; 46.3 by 65.6 cm Painted in 1894. Read Condition Report Read Condition Report Register or Log-in to view condition report Saleroom Notice Provenance Sale: G. Reichard, New York, February 26, 1896, lot 133 Durand-Ruel, New York (acquired at the above sale) Arthur A. Crosby, New York (acquired from the above on January 7, 1905) Durand-Ruel, New York (acquired from the above on March 23, 1911) Sale: Sotheby's, London, July 1, 1964, lot 69 Arthur Tooth & Sons, London (acquired at the above sale) Acquired from the above in December 1965 Exhibited Paris, Durand-Ruel, Exposition Boudin, 1898, no. 49 Paris, Durand-Ruel, Exposition Boudin, 1929, no. 19 New York, Durand-Ruel, Exposition Boudin, 1933, no. 8 Literature Ruth L. Benjamin, Eugène Boudin, New York, 1937, p. 191 Robert Schmit, Eugène Boudin 1824-1898, vol. III, Paris, 1973, no. 3346, illustrated p. 284 Catalogue Note Boudin’’s sun-drenched brushwork was praised by his peers for its ability to capture the ever-changing skies of northern maritime France. He received effusive accolades from his peers, most notably Corot who famously hailed him the “King of the Sky” and Courbet who was moved to declare: “My God, you are a seraph, Boudin! You are the only one of us who really knows the sky” (quoted in Ruth J. Benjamin, Eugène Boudin, New York, 1937, p. 46). These skies inspired a new generation of painters, chief amongst them Claude Monet, to whom Boudin became a close friend and mentor. After observing Boudin paint for the first time, Monet declared: “Suddenly it was as if a veil had been torn from my eyes. I understood what painting could be. Boudin’’s absorption in his work, and his independence, were enough to decide the entire future and development of my painting” (quoted in Peter C. Sutton, Boudin: Impressionist Marine Paintings (exhibition catalogue), Peabody Museum of Salem, Massachusetts, 1991, p. 54). Depicting the port of Fécamp, in Seine-Maritime in Upper Normandy, the present work is a stunning and graceful testament to Boudin’’s favorite subject and to his mature style. Following the Franco-Prussian war of 1870, there was a struggle to understand and define the new national identity within France, and this struggle very much informed Boudin’’s artistic pursuits. The country had lost the territories of Alsace and parts of Lorraine to the German Empire, significantly altering the country’’s borders, topography and culture, and at this time a universal education system inclusive of French geography was established, forcing the citizenry to grapple with the essential question of what it meant to be French. Landscape painting within France was elevated to a status of even greater importance, and indeed the many seascapes and harbor scenes painted by Boudin in the final decades of the nineteenth century may be viewed as an exploration of this concern. Depicting the delineation between land and sea, coastal imagery was of great import not only for what it allowed Boudin to achieve aesthetically, in exploring and rendering myriad and evolving atmospheric conditions, but also as a visual representation of France’’s geographical boundaries at a time when so many of its people felt themselves unmoored. See More See Less
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