An oil on parquet panel, Breton lying in front of the sea by François FEYEN-PERRIN
Born April 12, 1826 in Bey-sur-Seille (Meurthe-et-Moselle). Died October 14, 1888 in Paris. 19th century.
Painter of history, religious subjects, genre scenes, typical scenes, figures, nudes, portraits, animated landscapes, waterscapes, seascapes, draftsman.
He entered the École des Beaux-Arts de Paris in 1848, he was a pupil of Léon Cogniet and Adolphe Yvon.
He appeared at the Paris Salon from 1848 to 1882, being awarded medals in 1865 and 1867. François Feyen-Perrin was for many years one of the favorite painters of the general public, his paintings were a sensation at the Salon.
He was, with his brother Jacques Eugène Feyen, the official painter of the fishermen of Cancale.
His constant preoccupation to embellish his subjects reveals what his art often has of artificial, especially in a register that would be realistic when his female characters are obviously too elegant to have ever indulged in the hard work of the sea.
MUSEUMS : AIX-EN-PROVENCE (Mus. Granet) : La Parisienne à Cancale - ANGERS : Episode of the sinking of the Evening Star - ARRAS : Cancalaises au bord de la mer - EPINAL (Mus. dép. des Vosges) : L'Élégie - MOULINS : L'enfance du mousse - NANCY (Mus. dép. des Vosges) : L'Élégie - MOULINS : L'enfance du mousse - NANCY (Mus. dep. des Vosges) : L'Élégie - L'Élégie - L'enfance du mousse - NANCY (Mus. dep. des Vosges) : L'Élégie. des Beaux Arts) : The boat of Caron - The Descent from the Cross - Aretino - Discovery of the body of Charles the Bold after the battle of Nancy - PARIS (Mus. d'Orsay) : Return from fishing, Cancale - REIMS (Mus. des Beaux-Arts) : Return of the oyster fishermen - TOULON : The song - TROYES : Sketch.
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