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Jean-Baptiste Lallemand

France (Digione 1716 -  Parigi 1803 )
LALLEMAND Jean-Baptiste A Rocky Coastal Landscape With An Elegant Company And Fishermen; And Women Bathing In A River Before Classical Buildings, The First

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Oct 23, 2018
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Jean-Baptiste Lallemand - Capriccio With Roman Ruins And The Roman Forum.

Jean-Baptiste Lallemand - Capriccio With Roman Ruins And The Roman Forum.

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Lot number: 3085
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JEAN-BAPTISTE LALLEMAND (Dijon 1716 – 1803 Paris) Pair of works: Capriccio with Roman ruins and the Roman forum. Gouache on paper. One signed in the centre on the stone: Lallemand f. One signed lower left on the plinth: Lalleman f. Each 25.3 x 39.2 cm. Provenance: - Collection of Dr. Dieter Bührle, Zurich. - via inheritance to Swiss private collection. Our thanks to Alastair Laing who has confirmed the authenticity of these works on the basis of a photograph.
Jean-Baptiste Lallemand - A Rocky Coastal Landscape With An Elegant Company And Fishermen; And Women Bathing In A River Before Classical Buildings, The First

Jean-Baptiste Lallemand - A Rocky Coastal Landscape With An Elegant Company And Fishermen; And Women Bathing In A River Before Classical Buildings, The First

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Lot number: 246
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Jean Baptiste Lallemand, a pair (2) (Dijon 1716 – circa 1803 Paris) A rocky coastal landscape with an elegant company and fishermen; and Women bathing in a river before classical buildings, the first signed lower center right: Laleman. f., the second signed lower center right: Lalman, oil on canvas, 198 x 188 cm and 198 x 186 cm, unframed, a pair (2) The present works represent ideal views inspired by the Mediterranean landscape and are typical of the oeuvre of Jean-Baptiste Lallemand. One of the paintings is dominated by an imposing classical building with a magisterial staircase that leads down to the banks of a river where a group of women are seen bathing in the foreground. A large fountain in the form of an antique vessel supported by female figures is seen in the middle ground. The other painting depicts a marine landscape characterised by a rocky coastline. In the foreground, a group of elegantly dressed figures approach the seashore where fishermen are pulling in their nets. The Mediterranean landscape, with its warm light and lyrically evocative idyllic landscapes, was among the preferred themes of the French painter. In the execution of these subjects, the influence of Claude-Joseph Vernet, whom Lallemand met during his Italian sojourn, is particularly apparent. Following his training in Paris where he became a member of the Académie de Saint-Luc, Lallemand moved to Rome in 1747 where he remained until the early 1760s, during which time he also travelled to Naples. Italianate landscape remained part of his repertoire even after his return to France, and he continued to dedicate himself to such pictorial themes ranging from capricci and ideal landscapes, to realistic views of Rome and Naples. Lallemand also depicted French landscapes. He supplied drawings for the Description générale et particulière de la France (or Voyage pittoresque de la France), published between 1781 and 1796, and he collaborated on the drawings for printed publications of the repertories of artists such as Watteau and Greuze. Specialist: Mark Mac Donnell
Jean-Baptiste Lallemand - Arcadian Landscape With Women Bathing In A River

Jean-Baptiste Lallemand - Arcadian Landscape With Women Bathing In A River

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Lot number: 139
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Jean Baptiste Lallemand (Dijon or Reims 1716 - 1803 Paris) Arcadian landscape with women bathing in a river, a rounded temple in the background, pen and black ink, watercolour, white body colour, over traces of black chalk, on laid paper, 28 x 22 cm, mounted, unframed, (Sch) Provenance: Collection E. Calando (Paris, late 19th century), Lugt 837. Specialist: Mag. Astrid-Christina Schierz
Jean-Baptiste Lallemand - A Fortified Castle On A Coast

Jean-Baptiste Lallemand - A Fortified Castle On A Coast

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Lot number: 90
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Jean-Baptiste Lallemand (Dijon 1716-1803 Paris) A fortified castle on a coast, near Posillipo (?) (recto); A fragmentary drawing of a boat on a sea with mountains beyond (verso); and A hilly landscape with a stream and ruins to the left with number '189' (i) and '194' (ii) black chalk, pen and brown ink, grey wash, on two joined sheets, watermark three circles (i); black chalk, pen and grey ink and grey wash, on two joined sheets, watermark bell (ii) 8 3/8 x 21½ in. (21.4 x 54.8 cm.); 8¼ x 19 1/8 in. (20.9 x 48.6 cm.) (2)
Jean-Baptiste Lallemand - Fishermen And Courtesans In A Mediterranean Port At Sunset

Jean-Baptiste Lallemand - Fishermen And Courtesans In A Mediterranean Port At Sunset

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Lot number: 78
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Jean Baptiste Lallemand – a pair (2) (Dijon 1716–1803? Paris) Fishermen and courtesans in a Mediterranean port at sunset; and Fishermen and Oriental merchants in a Mediterranean port at sunrise, the first signed lower right: Lallemand/f, the second inscribed, signed and dated centre right on the fountain: S P. Q. D/OPT. MAXI/JB LALLEMA(ND)/IN FECIT/1772, oil on canvas, each 53.5 x 69.5 cm, framed, a pair (2)

Provenance: sale, Galerie Charpentier, Paris, 4 December 1956, lots 20 and 21; sale, Christie\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’s New York, 25 May 2005, lot 61; Private collection, Bavaria The present coastal views are characteristic of Lallemand\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’s Mediterranean vedute. They reveal the influence of the view painter Claude-Joseph Vernet, whom Lallemand met in Rome, and feature motifs and elements popular with artists influenced by the latter in their recreation of an almost idyllic Mediterranean world – fishermen, classical ruins and warm Italian light. Also typical is the artist\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’s interest in different types of illumination - here the contrast between sunrise and sunset. Born in Dijon, Lallemand moved to Paris to study painting in 1739. In 1745 he was made a member of the Académie de Saint Luc and two years later he moved to Rome, which was to be his base for the next 14 years. There, he was in contact with artists such as Etienne Parrocel and Claude-Joseph Vernet. By 1762, he had returned to Paris and in 1764 he exhibited a number of views of Rome and Naples, along with some architectural capricci and genre scenes, at the Académie de Saint Luc. From 1770 to 1773, he was in Dijon, where he contributed many topographical drawings to the Description générale et particulière de la France (or Voyage pittoresque de la France), which was published in 12 volumes between 1781 and 1796. In this period, Lallemand also continued to paint and exhibit landscapes and seascapes. He also tried his hand at the minor genres, such as rural subjects and village scenes inspired by Dutch 17th century artists.
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