Edge of the Yonne in Montereau.
Oil on panel signed lower right and dated 1877 on the back.
12,85 / 23,6 in
Original frame of collection Louis XIII period.
Karl DAUBIGNY ( 1846 / 1886 )
Karl Daubigny born in Paris in 1846, died in Auvers-sur-Oise in 1886 was the son of Charles François DAUBIGNY, painter and one of the forerunners of impressionist painters, he often accompanied his father in his outings to paint on the pattern.
Karl Daubigny trained with his father, Charles François Daubigny, whom he accompanied regularly from the age of twelve, he follows his father's drawing lessons at the Swiss Academy. From 1860 he stayed with his family in Auvers-sur-Oise. In 1863, he participated for the first time in the Salon where he exhibited "A path" and "The Island of Vaux Auvers". From 1860, Karl Daubigny made regular trips to Auvers sur Oise with his family: the house built with his father would later become his main residence. In 1867, he is represented at the Universal Exhibition. The look that Karl Daubigny has on the landscape and the motif corresponds to that of his father, but unlike this one, his painting is nevertheless plexpressionist with a touch more tormented and more vigorous like marines. From 1880, his work shows a greater work on the light reflections and his palette clears. Died prematurely in 1886. His works appear in several French and international museums: Aix, Amiens, Brest, Nancy, Honfleur, Berlin, The Hague, the Rijksmuseum Mesdag in The Hague, Paris ( Musée d'Orsay ).
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