Jean-Leon Gerome

(18241904 ) - Artworks Wikipedia® - Jean-Leon Gerome
GEROME Jean-Leon Corinthe

Sotheby's /Jun 23, 2011
10,000.00 - 15,000.00
9,375.00

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Variants on Artist's name :

Gérome Jean-Léon

Gérôme Jean-Léon

Gérôme Jean-Léon

 

Artworks in Arcadja
264

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Jean-Leon Gerome - Boy

Jean-Leon Gerome - Boy

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Lot number: 56
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Jean-Léon Gérome (French, 1824-1904) Boy signed 'J.L. Gerome' (lower left) and inscribed with title (upper right) oil on canvas 18 x 15in (45.8 x 38.1cm) PROVENANCE: Mr. & Mrs. Jack Bramson, Studio City, California; thence by descent to the present owner. LITERATURE: Ackerman, Gerald M., The Life and Work of Jean-Léon Gérôme with a catalogue raisonné , Sotheby's Publications, London and New York, 1986, no. 523.
Jean-Leon Gerome - La Joueuse De Boules

Jean-Leon Gerome - La Joueuse De Boules

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Lot number: 84
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Jean Léon Gérôme (French, 1824-1904) La Joueuse de boules (the ball player) inscribed 'J.L.Gérome' (to the front) and stamped 'SIOT-PARIS' (to the reverse) and 'Z201' (on the base) gilt bronze on onyx plinth 21 in. (53.4 cm.) high, excluding plinth Executed in 1902. The gilt surface is slightly speckled in places, particularly to the mid calf of the right leg. There is some surface dirt. There is evidence of polychrome decoration to the base, the masques and her hair. The eyes of the figures and masques are coloured glass. Overall in good condition. THE PROPERTY OF THE ISABEL GOLDSMITH-PATIÑO FAMILY G. Ackerman, The Life and Work of Jean Léon Gérôme, Paris, 1986, pp. 326-7, no. S.57. Exhibited in 1902, Joueuse de boules shows a nude playing a game of Gérôme's invention where balls must be dropped into the open mouths of the masques below, without the player moving her feet. This twists the figure into a sinuous and elegant pose. According to Gerald Ackerman, the Siot-Decauville foundry cast bronze versions in three different sizes.
Jean-Leon Gerome - Study For Return From The Hunt

Jean-Leon Gerome - Study For Return From The Hunt

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Lot number: 157
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LOT 157 LOTS 157-160: THE FOLLOWING LOTS ARE FROM THECOLLECTION OF DR. EDWARD T. WILSON, BETHESDA, MARYLAND, WHOSECOLLECTING FOCUS IS GÉRÔME AND HIS STUDENTS AND FOLLOWERS, FRENCHAND AMERICAN. JEAN-LÉON GÉRÔME VESOUL 1824 - 1904 PARIS STUDY FOR RETURN FROM THE HUNT - CIRCASSIAN WARRIOR AT THEFOUNTAIN; STUDY RELATING TO ARABS CROSSING THE DESERT Quantity: 2 Both pencil on wove paper Each 320 by 200 mm
Jean-Leon Gerome - Corinthe

Jean-Leon Gerome - Corinthe

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Lot number: 138
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LOT 138 APPARTENANT AUX HÉRITIERS DU PEINTRE AIMÉ-MOROT(LOT 137 À 140) JEAN-LÉON GÉRÔME,VESOUL 1824 - 1904 PARIS CORINTHE JEAN-LÉON GÉRÔME, A TINTED PLASTER AND WAX SKETCH OFCORINTHE esquisse en plâtre teinté façon bronze Jean-Léon Gérôme, a tinted plaster and wax sketch of Corinthe Haut. 30,5 cm; larg. 18 cm; prof. 16 cm
Jean-Leon Gerome - Putto Holding Mask

Jean-Leon Gerome - Putto Holding Mask

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Lot number: 244
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Jean Léon Gérôme (Vesoul 1824-1904 Paris) Putto holding mask signed and inscribed 'J.L.Gerome/A mon ami Badin' (lowerleft) oil on canvas, mounted into a board with circular opening anddecorative painting canvas 15¾ x 15¾ in. (40 x 40 cm.); mounted board 24 x 28¾ in. (61x 72.5 cm.) Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 20 June 1980, lot 80. with David Hughes Gallery, London, 1981. Donald Munson; Christie's, London, 4 May 1995, lot 19. Literature J.Badin, La Manufacture de Tapisseries de Beauvais depuis sesorigins jusqu'à nos jours, Paris, 1909, p. 50. Shepherd Gallery, The Non-Dissenters, New York, 1976, no. 92. J. Coural, Beauvais Manufacture nationale de Tapisserie, 1992,pp.102-04. G. Ackerman, The Life and Work of Jean-Léon Gérôme, London, 1986,pp. 262-3, no. 360. G. Ackerman, Jean-Léon Gérôme: monographie révisée, catalogueraisonné mis à jour, Paris, 2000, pp. 322-3, no. 360. Lot Notes The present painting is described in Gerald Ackerman's catalogueraisonné as a 'ceiling decoration'. Historical evidence suggests,however, that the work was intended as a tapestry design for a firescreen. The dedication on the painting 'à mon ami Badin' mostlikely refers to Jules Badin who was at the time the director ofthe Manufactory of Tapestries in Beauvais. Gérôme maintained aclose relationship with the Beauvais factory, serving as acommittee member, instituted in 1882, to create a prix de Beauvais,as well as providing works that were used as models for tapestrydesigns. An 1887 screen produced in Beauvais after a Gérômepainting was completed in collaboration with Achille Cesborn, afactory artist who frequently executed the peripheral flowers andornaments in a master's designs. The empty outlining of the foliagesurrounding the central painting here was likely intentionally leftblank for Cesborn to complete.
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