Samuel G. Enderby

XIX-XX Century - Artworks
ENDERBY Samuel G. Farm With Trees And Cabbages

Sworders /Jul 24, 2007
298.20 - 447.29
Not disclosed

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Samuel G. Enderby - Portrait Of A Breton Girl

Samuel G. Enderby - Portrait Of A Breton Girl

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Lot number: 296
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Samuel G. Enderby (fl.1886-1904) Portrait of a Breton girl signed, inscribed and dated 'S.G.ENDERBY. Concarneau./87-' (lowerright) oil on canvas 17 1/8 x 11 1/8 in. (43.5 x 28.2 cm.) Lot Notes In the 1880's Mürger's vie de bôhème was transplanted intoartists' colonies in Fontainebleau, Normandy and Brittany. With thepublication of Blanche Willis Howard's romantic fiction Guenn, in1884 - the story of a love affair between a peasant girl and ayoung American painter - Concarneau became the destination ofchoice. The pretty fishing port had welcomed artists since thesixties, but now its hotels were full. A few years later, subtle changes occurred in the work of Britishand American painters active in Brittany. Where formerly the mantraof Bastien-Lepage had swept the artists' colonies, now the styleswere more diverse. Three years after Bastien-Lepage's death, thosewho, following the eighth and final Impressionist Exhibition, hadbegun to experiment with Divisionism, were painting along-sidethose who still sketched en plein air with broad squarepaintbrushes. Yet others were developing new theories, and Gaugin'sCloisonisme would emerge from Pont Aven the following year. We can therefore account for the look of Samuel G Enderby's BretonGirl, by noting the lack of surface detail of a Bastien-Lepage; wealso note the absence of the rigorous square brush handling ofStanhope Forbes and Henry La Thangue. Enderby, in reducing hispalette to a few simple tones, is aware of Whistlerian aestheticismand has looked to the second generation realist, Alphonse Legros,as a mentor. Throughout the 1870's Legros, while teaching at SouthKensington and the Slade School, returned regularly to the coastalvillages of northern France for inspiration, producing numerouspaintings, drawings and etchings of boulonnaises (fig 1).Frequently shown in the act of almsgiving, or at prayer, thesewomen, the stoic wives of local fishermen, have that austere beautyfound in Enderby's Breton Girl. KMc
Samuel G. Enderby - Enderby, Landscapewith Trees, Arched Bridge And A Village Beyond, Oil On Panel,signed, 20cms X 29cms

Samuel G. Enderby - Enderby, Landscapewith Trees, Arched Bridge And A Village Beyond, Oil On Panel,signed, 20cms X 29cms

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Lot number: 484
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Samuel G. Enderby, Landscapewith trees, arched bridge and a village beyond, oil on panel,signed, 20cms x 29cms, (8" x 11½".
Samuel G. Enderby - Farm With Trees And Cabbages

Samuel G. Enderby - Farm With Trees And Cabbages

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Lot number: 572
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Samuel G. Enderby FARM WITH TREES AND CABBAGES verso, study of a male nude Signed and indistinctly dated, oil on panel 28 x 43cm
Samuel G. Enderby - Geese In A Cottage Garden

Samuel G. Enderby - Geese In A Cottage Garden

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Lot number: 150
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Lot 150 ATTRIBUTED TO SAMUEL GREEN ENDERBY (BRITISH 1860-1921) GEESE IN A COTTAGE GARDEN Signed 'S.G & M Enderby' and indistinctly dated, oil on canvas 41cm x 51cm (16in x 20in) Estimate £300-500
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