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Léon Joubert (1851–1928) - View of Avignon from Barthelasse Island
Léon Joubert (1851–1928) - View of Avignon from Barthelasse Island - Paintings & Drawings Style Art nouveau Léon Joubert (1851–1928) - View of Avignon from Barthelasse Island -
Ref : 107303
4 200 €
Period :
19th century
Artist :
Léon Joubert (1851–1928)
Provenance :
France
Medium :
Oil on canvas
Dimensions :
l. 21.65 inch X H. 14.96 inch
Paintings & Drawings  - Léon Joubert (1851–1928) - View of Avignon from Barthelasse Island
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Léon Joubert (1851–1928) - View of Avignon from Barthelasse Island

Léon Alexandre Alphonse JOUBERT
(Quimper, 1851 – Paris, 1928)

View of Avignon from Barthelasse Island

Oil on canvas
Signed lower right
38 x 55 cm
Around 1895

Related work: Painting exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Français in 1895 under number 1016 and entitled Dans la Barthelasse, Avignon.

Léon Joubert was born on May 29, 1851, in Quimper. An artist specializing in landscape painting, particularly of towns and villages along waterways, Joubert made his debut at the Salon des Artistes Français in 1876 as a student of Louis Germain Pelouse (1838-1891) and Adolphe Guillon (1829-1896). He also subsequently followed the teachings of Fernand Cormon from 1909. Joubert also regularly exhibited in a good number of provincial Salons (Carcassonne, Toulouse, Le Havre, Besançon, Lyon, Mulhouse, etc.) throughout his career. artistic. In 1883, he sent landscapes to the Art Association of Montreal (Canada) and of which the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts preserves a View of the surroundings of Rochefort by the artist. He also had the opportunity to exhibit at the Galerie Devambez in 1910. His last exhibition at the Salon dates from 1927, a few months before his death in Paris on March 29, 1928.

Critics kept a benevolent eye on the painting of Léon Joubert, for example in this extract from Les Salons de 1892 by Henri Fouquier, January 1, 1892, p. 7, regarding the submissions Le Hameau du Moulin à Clairefontaine and El Kantara: “… Léon Joubert, whose skillful and supple brush wanders with the same virtuosity through the grays of the West and the deep blues of the African sky… »

Joubert received an honorable mention in 1884 and a third-class medal in 1889. His works were also presented at the Universal Exhibitions of 1889 and 1900, receiving a bronze medal at both exhibitions.

Museums: Paris (Mus. d’Orsay), Montpellier, Compiègne (Mus. Vivenel), Montreal (Canada), Saint-Brieuc, Narbonne, Yvetot, Quimper, Carcassonne, Tours…

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19th Century Oil Painting Art nouveau