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Eugene Boudin

France (Honfleur 1824 -  Deauville 1898 ) Wikipedia® : Eugene Boudin
BOUDIN Eugene Scène De Plage Avec Personnages

Swann Galleries /Mar 2, 2017
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Eugene Boudin - Rivage Aux Environs De Trouville

Eugene Boudin - Rivage Aux Environs De Trouville

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Lot number: 94
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EUGÈNE BOUDIN (french 1824-1898) "RIVAGE AUX ENVIRONS DE TROUVILLE" Signed and dated ''E. Boudin. 94'' bottom left, oil on canvas 13 1/16 x 21 7/8 in. (33.2 x 55.6cm) Collection of William Cuthbert. Private Collection, New York. "Eugène Boudin, 1824-1898: Retrospective Exhibition," Hirschl & Adler Galleries, New York, New York, 1966, no. 60. Robert Schmit, Eugène Boudin: 1824-1898, Paris: Galerie Schmit, 1973, p. 275, #3323 (illustrated). Born in Honfleur on the estuary of the Seine, Eugène Boudin''s oils have traditionally been associated with water and sea, and his landscapes are characterized by a fine, delicate touch coupled with a fluid, spontaneous application of paint. Trouville, along with Toques, Caudebec-en-Caux, Dunkirk, Anvers and Deauville, were locations that Boudin visited and painted throughout his lengthy and successful tenure as one of France''s most important 19th century painters of sea, shore, harbors, ports, and skies. Nearly his complete oeuvre is comprised of scenes painted along the Normandy coast, between Honfleur and Deauville. The French 19th century painter Camille Corot is said to have lauded Boudin as the "king of the skies." Throughout his life, Boudin remained fascinated and in awe of nature, describing his feelings as "tortured by her splendor" and "struggling to reproduce [Nature] within the narrow limits of painting." The son of a sailor, Boudin dedicated himself to painting at the age of 22, at which time he was already familiar with fellow French artists Constant Tryon, Thomas Couture, and Jean-François Millet. Under the tutelage of Dutch painter Johan Jongkind, Boudin learned to paint en plein air. By 1859 he was exhibiting at the Paris Salon, becoming a regular exhibitor there, and later to be bestowed with the honor of Knight of the Legion of Honor. Self-taught, Boudin would become Claude Monet''s mentor and teacher, the latter crediting the former with his becoming a painter. Boudin''s manner of painting and his depictions of sea and sky, however, were never as detached and broken as typified by the style of the Impressionists. Still, Boudin exhibited his work alongside the canvases of Monet, Berthe Morisot, Camille Pissarro, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Alfred Sisley, and Edgar Degas in the first exhibition of Impressionist painting in 1874. We would like to thank Mr. Manuel Schmit who has confirmed the authenticity of the present lot. This painting will be included in the forthcoming new edition of the Catalogue Raisonné of the artist''s work, and will be accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
Eugene Boudin - Berck, Groupe De Pêcheuses Assises Sur La Grève

Eugene Boudin - Berck, Groupe De Pêcheuses Assises Sur La Grève

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Lot number: 121
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PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION Eugène Boudin BERCK, GROUPE DE PÊCHEUSES ASSISES SUR LA GRÈVE 1824-1898 signed E. Boudin and dated 75 (lower left); inscribed Berck (lower right) oil on paper laid down on panel 19 by 31.1 cm., 7 1/2 by 12 1/4 in. Painted in Berck in 1875. Galerie Allard et Noël, Paris Cazet, Paris Galerie Schmit, Paris Private Collection The Lefevre Gallery (Alex. Reid & Lefevre), London Private Collection, Europe (sale: Sotheby's, London, 4th February 2003, lot 8) Purchased at the above sale by the present owners Robert Schmit, Eugène Boudin (1824-1898), Premier supplément, Paris, 1984, no. 3711, illustrated p. 25
Eugene Boudin - Trouville

Eugene Boudin - Trouville

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Lot number: 223
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Eugene Boudin (French, 1824-1898) TROUVILLE, LES JETEES, MAREE BASSE oil on panel, framed, signed & dated lower left, ''88 H13 1/4" W16 1/4" Provenance: Millicent Rogers Arturo Perlata Ramos II, by descent Gift to Jacqueline Peralta Ramos Literature: Schmit, Robert. EUGENE BOUDIN (1824-1898), vol. II, Paris, 1973, no. 2251, illustrated p. 359, illustrated nearly identical scene. Other Notes: verso inscribed 24005.
Eugene Boudin - Scène De Plage Avec Personnages

Eugene Boudin - Scène De Plage Avec Personnages

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Lot number: 150
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Sale 2437 Lot 150 EUGÈNE BOUDIN Scène de Plage avec Personnages. Watercolor on cream laid paper. 225x290 mm; 8 7/8x11 3/8 inches. Partial fleur-de-lys with a crown watermark. With the artist's initials stamp (Lugt 828, lower right recto). Ex-collection Roger Marx, Paris; thence by descent to his son, Claude Roger-Marx, Paris; and Alex Maguy, Galerie de l'Élysée, Paris, with the original label on the frame back
Eugene Boudin - Scène De Plage, Trouville

Eugene Boudin - Scène De Plage, Trouville

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Eugène Boudin (1824-1898) Scène de plage, Trouville signed ‘E. Boudin’’’’’’’’ (lower left) oil on panel 5 1/2 x 14 in. (14.1 x 35.6 cm.) Painted circa 1870-1874 ‘People are starting to ask me for lots of seascapes. I shall do other things but I shall always be the painter of beaches.’’’’’’’’ (Boudin, quoted in V. Hamilton, exh. cat., Boudin at Trouville, Glasgow & London, 1992-1993, p. 63) Painted between 1870 and 1874, Eugène Boudin’’’’’’’’s Scène de plage, Trouville is one of the artist’’’’’’’’s quintessential and career-defining beach scenes. One of the first artists to paint en plein air, Boudin, whom Monet hailed as his ‘Master’’’’’’’’, was one of the most important precursors of Impressionism. Shunning his studio, he devoted himself to the depiction of the natural world, or in his words, to the ‘the simple beauties of nature’’’’’’’’, capturing the changing atmospheric conditions and light effects of the Normandy coastline of France. Like actors on a stage, the figures of Scène de plage, Trouville are arranged across the wide, panoramic expanse of the beach at Trouville, a fashionable coastal resort in the north of France. Using small, rapid brushstrokes and flashes of bold, pure colour, Boudin has not only conjured the subtle nuances of light and the misty weather effects, but he has also captured the spectacle of the finely dressed beach-goers, picturing men in top hats and women in fashionable crinolines and opulent hats holding parasols as they enjoy a day on the beach. The sea and coastline of northern France, its harbours, ports and wide vistas captivated Boudin throughout his life and provided endless inspiration for his art. Born to a sea captain in Honfleur, before later moving to Le Havre, Boudin knew this coastal area intimately. It has been suggested that it was the marine painter Eugène Isabey who, in 1863, first encouraged Boudin to take the novel trend of Parisian holidaymakers in the fashionable port town of Trouville as the subject of his work. Most likely spurred on by his friend, the poet, Charles Baudelaire, and his fervent belief in the need for artists to take modern life as their subject, Boudin broke with convention by depicting, with detached observation, contemporary life in his pictures. In 1868 he wrote, ‘[I have been congratulated] for daring to include the things and people of our own time in my pictures… don’’’’’’’’t these bourgeois, who stroll on the jetty towards the sunset, have the right to be fixed on canvas, to be brought into the light’’’’’’’’ (Boudin, quoted in V. Hamilton, exh. cat., Boudin at Trouville, Glasgow & London, 1992-1993, p. 20). Combining his love and innate knowledge of the coast with a sharp and perceptive gaze of those that populated it, Boudin conceived a new type of landscape painting, one that was inherently rooted in contemporary life, freed from the classicising grandeur that had characterised this genre up until this point. It was this innovative approach both to the style and subject of the landscape that proved so influential and inspiring to the young Monet, as well as to the subsequent generation of impressionist painters. ‘Do as I did – learn to draw well and admire the sea, the light, the blue sky,’’’’’’’’ Monet later remembered Boudin telling him, adding, ‘I owe everything to Boudin and am grateful to him for my success’’’’’’’’ (Monet, quoted in ibid., p. 44).
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