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Eugene Boudin

France (Honfleur 1824 -  Deauville 1898 ) Wikipedia® : Eugene Boudin
BOUDIN Eugene Château De Bourdainville

Christie's
Feb 28, 2019
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Variants on Artist's name :

Boudin Eugène

Eugène Louis Boudin

Eugène Boudin

 

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Eugene Boudin - Château De Bourdainville

Eugene Boudin - Château De Bourdainville

Original 1869
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Lot number: 336
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Eugène Boudin (1824-1898) Château de Bourdainville pencil and watercolour on paper 6 3/8 x 3 5/8 in. (16 x 9 cm.) Executed circa 1869 Provenance Collection Louveau, Honfleur. J. Leger & Son, London, by 1936. Private collection, United Kingdom; sale, Christie's, London, 2 December 1991, lot 2. Private collection, London, by whom acquired at the above sale. Acquired from the above by the present owner in 1992.
Eugene Boudin - Anvers Bateux Sur L'escaut

Eugene Boudin - Anvers Bateux Sur L'escaut

Original 1871
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Lot number: 562
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Eugène Boudin (1824-1898) Anvers Bateux sur l'Escaut signed, dated and inscribed 'E. Boudin. Anvers. 71' (lower right) oil on panel 12 1/4 x 18 3/8 in. (31 x 46.6 cm.) Painted in 1871 Provenance Gustave Cahen, Paris. Galerie Serret-Fauveau, Paris. Galerie Alfred Daber, Paris. Galerie Jacques Dubourg, Paris.
Eugene Boudin - Sailboats At The Beach

Eugene Boudin - Sailboats At The Beach

Original 1861
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Lot number: 36
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A PAIR OF ETUDES BY EUGENE BOUDIN (FRENCH 1824-1898) comprising: a) Sailboats at the Beach, 1861, pencil on paper, 9 x 15.3 cm (3 1/2 x 6 in.), dated lower left b) Fishermen, 1861, pencil on paper, 9.2 x 15.3 cm (3 5/8 x 6 in.), dated lower left PROVENANCE Collection of internationally renowned violin expert Jacques Francais and television actress, Broadway, film and cabaret star Lynne Charnay Francais
Eugene Boudin - Les Marins A Honfleur

Eugene Boudin - Les Marins A Honfleur

Original 1897
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Lot number: 22
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Boudin, Eugene (French, 1825-1908). "Les Marins a Honfleur" or "Mathurins (Jack Tars)." 1897. Lithograph in blue-grey ink. Edition of 525. From "Art et Nature" by Robert-Miles. Signed in the block, l.r. Melot, 2. Image: 4 3/8" x 6 1/8" Matted: 10 1/2" x 12 1/2" Condition: Fine impression on smooth cream wove paper. Subtle mat burn. Provenance: William Weston Gallery, London.
Eugene Boudin - Scène De Plage À Trouville

Eugene Boudin - Scène De Plage À Trouville

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Lot number: 201
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Eugene Boudin (French 1824-1898) oil on canvas signed lower right E. Boudin Title: SCÈNE DE PLAGE À TROUVILLE - with period stretcher and tag verso reads: B 741 Paris 17' Personnages (Characters) measures 7 5/8" (19.3675cm) x 15 3/8" (39.0525 cm) Provenance: The Estate of Bert Gates Ojai California, Condition and Treatment Report: French Seascape with Figures, signed lower right E. Boudin. Oil on canvas, 19x39 cm. The fine, plain weave, pre-primed (off white) canvas is mounted with tacks on the original mortise and tenon clear spruce stretcher. The artist painted the composition after the canvas was mounted onto the stretcher. A paper label on stretcher: B741 Paris N. 1 Personages. Paint condition: there are slight paint losses due to interlayer cleavage on the lower right edge, upper left, top of flag pole. There is a very discolored natural resin varnish that fluoresces yellow in ultra violet (no cleaning test was made). No evidence of former retouching was noted. The artist may have reworked a portion of the background on the lower right, as evidenced by signs of underlying brushwork. It appears the artist first under painted the sky in light pink. When dry, he added the blue sky and white clouds. Once this was dry, the white bathing cabins and flag poles were painted. The sea and tan foreground (with some impasto) were then added. The figures were largely painted last, although the four distant women center left appear to have been painted before the foreground was created. There are no visible signs of under drawing (although the painting has not been examined in infra-red). The figures were painted rather freely, with small brushes dipped in fairly liquid mixtures of color, generally working from dark to light, with flesh toned added towards the end. An example of fairly loose application of paint is the boy reaching down to greet the dog in the center right. There may be a slight pentimento of the outline of the profile of the seated man with cane center right. Some of the tips of impasto in the foreground have been slightly flattened, suggesting that the painting was stacked against another surface while the paint was still malleable. The figure of the little girl with red ribbons in the center foreground appears to have been added after the foreground was dry. The signature was painted in dilute umber with a fine brush after the underlying paint layer was dry. The slight paint losses were retouched with watercolor and acrylic.
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