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Jules Eugene Pages

United States (1867 -  1946 )
PAGES Jules Eugene Laundry Drying In The Sunshine

Bonhams /Aug 4, 2015
2,967.14 - 4,450.71
5,563.50

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Jules Eugene Pages - Sur Le Zinc

Jules Eugene Pages - Sur Le Zinc

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Lot number: 47
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Jules Eugène Pages (American, 1867-1946) Sur le zinc signed 'Jules Pagès' (lower left) oil on canvas 66 x 86 in. (167.6 x 218.4 cm.) Though born in San Francisco, Jules Pages would come to spend the majority of his career working and living in France. The artist first came to Paris in 1888, where he studied at the Académie Julian under Jules Lefebvre, Benjamin Constant and Tony-Robert Fleury. He would eventually become an instructor at the Académie in his own right, the first American to hold such an honor. Through he lived in Paris for 40 years, Pages returned often to San Francisco to exhibit, and his work was well-known and well-regarded both in France and in the United States. Pages was made Chevalier of the Legion of Honor in 1910 and it was the outbreak of the Second World War which forced him to return to the United States, where he remained the rest of his life. Provenance The artist. James D. Phelan (1861-1930), San Francisco, acquired directly from the above. By whom gifted to the present owner, 17 February 1906. Pre-Lot Text Property from a West Coast Institution Literature 'Park Officers are Re-Elected,' The San Francisco Call, 20 January 1906, p. 9. 'Board of Park Commissioners Hold Meeting in San Francisco,' Oakland Tribune, 20 January 1906, p. 12. 'Plan to Enrich Park Museum,' The San Francisco Call, 8 February 1906, p. 9. 'Tang of Spring in Air Calls Out Crowds,' San Francisco Chronicle, 11 February 1906. Another Gift to the Park,' The San Francisco Call, 19 February 1906, p. 9. Pacific Town Talk, 24 February 1906. 'New Attraction in Museum at Park,' San Francisco Chronicle, 5 March 1906, p. 7. M. Doyle, 'Picture Galleries Will Delight Art Lovers' Eyes,' The San Francisco Call, 3 April 1910, p. 34. M. Driscoll, The M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California, Story of its foundation and the objects of its founder. Description of its various galleries. Brief sketches of the most notable exhibits with accounts of their origin, San Francisco, 1921, pp. 25, 37-38. H. B. Weinberg, The Lure of Paris: Nineteenth-Century American Painters and Their French Teachers, New York, 1991, pp. 76-77, illustrated. Exhibited Paris, Salon, 1 May 1905, no. 1434. Paris, League of American Artists, June 1905. San Francisco, San Francisco Institute of Art, Spring Exhibition, 8 April - 4 May 1910. San Francisco, Golden Gate Park Memorial Museum, First Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture by California Artists, 1915, no. 119. San Francisco, Golden Gate Park Memorial Museum, Second Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture by California Artists, 1916, no. 133. Stockton, CA, Raymond College, University of the Pacific, April 1964.
Jules Eugene Pages - The Cloister

Jules Eugene Pages - The Cloister

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Lot number: 207
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Lot# 207 Jules Pages (1867-1946 San Francisco, CA) ''The Cloister'', San Fernando Mission by moonlight, oil on canvas, 13'' H x 18'' W,signed lower left: Jules Pages, signed again, titled and inscribed on the frame verso. Provenance: Private Collection, Pasadena, CA. Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Craquelure throughout. Blacklight: Two spots of restoration lower left with corresponding patches verso. Difficult to read under varnish.
Jules Eugene Pages - A Quiet Moment

Jules Eugene Pages - A Quiet Moment

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Lot number: 7027
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Property from the Collection of Richard Herlihy Jules Eugène Pages (American, 1867-1946) A quiet moment; An interior scene with flowers in a vase (group of 2) second signed 'Jules Pages' (lower left) first oil on cardboard; second oil on canvas affixed to cardboard first 8 x 6 1/2in; second 9 x 13 1/2in
Jules Eugene Pages - Laundry Drying In The Sunshine

Jules Eugene Pages - Laundry Drying In The Sunshine

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Lot number: 24
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Jules Eugène Pages (American, 1867-1946) Laundry drying in the sunshine signed 'Jules Pages' (lower left) oil on canvas 18 x 12in overall: 24 x 18in Footnotes Provenance Collection of Georges Fusenot, the artist's brother-in-law. Private collection, Henderson, Nevada.
Jules Eugene Pages - A Quiet Moment; An Interior Scene With Flowers In A Vase

Jules Eugene Pages - A Quiet Moment; An Interior Scene With Flowers In A Vase

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Lot number: 7290
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Property from the Estate of Georges Fusenot Jules Eugène Pages (American, 1867-1946) A quiet moment; An interior scene with flowers in a vase (Group of 2) second signed 'Jules Pages' (lower left) first oil on cardboard; second oil on canvas affixed to cardboard first 8 x 6 1/2in; second 9 x 13 1/2in
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