Joseph Bail (1862-1921)
came from a family of painters.
He was in the realist tradition of genre subjects with a Dutch tendency.
His brother and his father are just as well known as he is.
However, he became the youngest medalist of honor in 1886.
In 1900, he received the gold medal at the Exposition Universelle for three of his paintings.
His works are in the Dutch and Flemish taste, but also of Chardin.
He knows how to render the brilliance of a copper, play with the light of a sunbeam and likes to represent the kitchen staff as well as the maids.
Joseph Bail uses a palette of colors ranging from brown to orange.
He also painted portraits, of great simplicity with a beautiful technique, like our little girl.
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