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Victor Vignon (1847-1809) - Snow at Jouy le Conte
Ref : 80091
12 000 €
Period :
20th century
Artist :
Victor Vignon (1847-1809)
Dimensions :
l. 14.96 inch X H. 18.11 inch
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Victor Vignon (1847-1809) - Snow at Jouy le Conte

Victor Vignon 1847-1809

Oil on canvas 46X38cm signed lower right dated 1884

A pupil of Camille Corot, advised by Adolphe-Félix Cals, Vignon first worked in Clamart, then in Bougival, then in La Celle-Saint-Cloud where he produced Saulaie in Bougival (1877), Le Chemin de la plaine in Bougival and La Route de la Jonchère in La Celle-Saint-Cloud 1. He then moved to Pontoise, then to Jouy-le-Comte. Around 1878-1880, he was found in Auvers-sur-Oise with Camille Pissarro, Armand Guillaumin and Paul Cézanne, where he painted subjects identical to theirs: Chemin de Chaponval (1881), La Côte Saint-Nicolas in Auvers ( 1882), Masures in Auvers (1883) 1.

He then moved to Nesles-la-Vallée in Éragny and Isle-Adam as Corot [ref. necessary].

Vignon is very close with Théo and Vincent van Gogh, Doctor Paul Gachet, and the pastry chef-writer-painter Eugène Murer who bought him four paintings: Stormy Sunset, Autumn Effect, Woman with a Goat, Winter Morning, The Golden Poplars, wild morning and Le Dégèle ,. He is also a friend of Frédéric Samuel Cordey and Auguste Renoir.

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20th Century Oil Painting