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Paysage de Camargue ~Raymond Allegre

Raymond Allegre
Raymond Allegre

£4,850.00

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Paysage de Camargue

Product Description

Title: Paysage de Camargue
Artist: Raymond Allegre (1857-1933) French
Detail: Oil on canvas: 24 x 29 in. frame: 28 x 33 in. Signed. Circa 1900
Price: £4,850
Location: Please refer

 

Artist Biography

 

Raymond Allegre was a French impressionist painter, born in Marseille (Bouches-du-Rhône) in 1857. Studied under Jean-Paul Laurens at the École des Beaux-Arts in Marseille, where he met Jean- Baptiste Olive (1848-1936), and participated in the decoration of the famous restaurant Le Train bleu at Gare de Lyon in Paris.

 

He later studied in Paris under the Atelier d’Alexis Vollon (1865-1945), and also under Léon Bonnat at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Painted landscapes of the Paris region and Normandy from 1875. He later returned to Provence where he painted Martigues, known as the Little Venice of Provence, and its surroundings.

 

He travelled to Venice in 1900 which inspired him to paint a large number of paintings. Allegre exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Française from 1880 to 1932, and was awarded the Raigecourt-Goyon Prize in 1893 and a bronze medal at the Universal Exhibition in 1900. He was promoted Knight of the Legion of Honor in 1903.

 

Museums and monuments: Musée Cantini in Marseille. Museum of Fine Arts of Marseilles. Museum of Brou in Bourg-en-Bresse. Museum of the Old Marseille. Museum of Fine Arts of Rouen, Seine- Maritime (Les Martigues Provence). Museum of Aix-en-Provence and others.

 

Restaurant Le Train bleu, at the Gare de Lyon station in the Salle Dorée (Algiers) and in the passage (Cassis).

 

Dict: Bénézit. Little Masters of Painting 1820/1920 – Gérald Schurr and Piere Cabane – Editions de’ amateur. Catalogue of paintings by Raymond Allègre, Hôtel des Ventes, 1939. Plaque dedicated to the artist attached to the sale of the painting Campo san Giovanni e Paolo, Venice, sale Rouillac to Vendôme, June 5, 2005

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