Nature morte ?? l'aigui??re (vers 1725) - Huile sur toile, collection particuli??re de Georges de Lastic (1927-1988) lors de l'exposition Le cabinet d'un amateur, n??4, au mus??e de la chasse et de la nature, Paris (d??cembre 2009-mars 2010).
Painting ID:: 75709
Emile Bernard 1868-1941
Emile Bernard Galleries
(b Lille, 28 April 1868; d Paris, 15 April 1941). French painter and writer. He was the son of a cloth merchant. Relations with his parents were never harmonious, and in 1884, against his fathers wishes, he enrolled as a student at the Atelier Cormon in Paris. There he became a close friend of Louis Anquetin and Toulouse-Lautrec. In suburban views of Asnires, where his parents lived, Bernard experimented with Impressionist and then Pointillist colour theory, in direct opposition to his masters academic teaching; an argument with Fernand Cormon led to his expulsion from the studio in 1886. He made a walking tour of Normandy and Brittany that year, drawn to Gothic architecture and the simplicity of the carved Breton calvaries. In Concarneau he struck up a friendship with Claude-Emile Schuffenecker and met Gauguin briefly in Pont-Aven. During the winter Bernard met van Gogh and frequented the shop of the colour merchant Julien-Franois Tanguy, where he gained access to the little-known work of Cezanne. Nature morte oil on panel, 33 x 45.5 cm
Date by 1941(1941)