12. Charles Émile Jacque

Charles Émile Jacque
(Paris 1813 – 1894)
Shepherdess with her flock at the edge of the forest
Signed l.r.
Oil on canvas, 82.2 x 66.1 cm
N.B.:
The French artist Charles Émile Jacque left the cholera infested Paris in 1849 to settle in Barbizon, together with Jean-François Millet (1814-1874). As one of the leading members of the School of Barbizon, Jacque’s preference was for rustic and pastoral scenes, in which shepherds and their flock were often the main subject matter.

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€ 7.500 - 9.500
Hamerbedrag
€ 5.787