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Armand Eugène Bach (1850-1921) - The Comedians at the Castle of Misery
Armand Eugène Bach (1850-1921) - The Comedians at the Castle of Misery - Paintings & Drawings Style Napoléon III Armand Eugène Bach (1850-1921) - The Comedians at the Castle of Misery - Armand Eugène Bach (1850-1921) - The Comedians at the Castle of Misery - Napoléon III
Ref : 85079
22 000 €
Period :
19th century
Dimensions :
L. 63.98 inch X H. 44.88 inch
Paintings & Drawings  - Armand Eugène Bach (1850-1921) - The Comedians at the Castle of Misery 19th century - Armand Eugène Bach (1850-1921) - The Comedians at the Castle of Misery
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Armand Eugène Bach (1850-1921) - The Comedians at the Castle of Misery

Armand Eugène BACH (1850-1921)
The Comedians at the Castle of Misery,
(Captain Fracasse, Théophile Gautier 1811-1872)
Oil on canvas signed lower right

Height: 114cm
Length: 162.5m
Important original gilded wood frame
Height : 154cm
Length: 204cm
Depth: 16.5cm (Very good condition)

Condition report and technical photographs on request.

Armand Eugène Bach Born in 1850 and died in 1921, His work remains largely unknown. A mention in the 1884 Salon booklet, which he claims to be from the teaching of Cabanel and Detaille. Public collections: After Mass, Brittany 1893 Deposit of the National Center for Plastic Arts in 2001 QUIMPER Musée des Beaux-Arts. The Court of Assizes 1885 (178x240cm) Large decoration of the Court of Appeal in Orléans. The Court of Assisi 1885 (55.5 x 74.5cm), Paris at the Carnavalet museum, purchased from the artist in 1897.

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19th Century Oil Painting Napoléon III