Les africanistes, peintres voyageurs, 1860-1960 PDF

Il est les africanistes, peintres voyageurs, 1860-1960 PDF des peintres Gabriel Ferrier et François Flameng et expose au Salon des artistes français dès 1913. Il se fait connaître pour des portraits d’écrivains français. Il est l’époux de l’artiste brodeuse Marie Monnier et devint par elle le beau-frère d’Adrienne Monnier, libraire-éditrice et femme de lettres. Les Africanistes, peintres voyageurs: 1860-1960, p.

Rechercher les pages comportant ce texte. La dernière modification de cette page a été faite le 16 décembre 2018 à 03:15. French painter and sculptor in the Academic Art style. Aimé Nicolas Morot was born in Rue d’Amerval 4 in Nancy on 16 June 1850, and spent his youth in Rue de la Colline in Boudonville. The fellowship allowed him to travel to Italy and become a resident of the Villa Medici, where the French Academy in Rome was housed.

Morot rarely set foot in his atelier in the Villa Medici, but produced paintings in a regular fashion anyway. Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. As an Academician who frequently exposed at the French Artists’ Salon in Paris and being a member of the painting jury, Aimé Morot was an influential person in the modern art centre of Paris. Morot’s last contribution to the French Artists’ Salon de Paris was a painting of his two children Frere et Soeur in 1911. In 1910, Morot ordered construction of Maison dite Ker Arlette in Dinard, a coastal village in North-east Brittany. The brother of Aimé Morot was a well-known designer locksmith in Nancy, who worked on the restoration of the 18th century gilded wrought-iron gates on Place Stanislas in Nancy, designed by Jean Lamour.

Morot had been attached to the General Staff of the French Army, which had given him ample opportunity to study cavalry men and horses while they practised. Aimé Morot loved hunting and travelled extensively, in 1889 to Morocco in the company of the French novelist and naval officer Pierre Loti, where he made several orientalist drawings. In 1900 he visited Niger and French Sudan, where he did hunt and kill a large lion. Most of Morot’s work consists of oil paintings, but he also used other media.