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Jean-baptiste Berlot (1775–1840) - Landing at the palace
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Ref : 99783
2 800 €
Period :
19th century
Artist :
Jean-Baptiste Berlot (1775–1840)
Provenance :
Medium :
Oil on canvas
Dimensions :
L. 7.87 inch X H. 10.63 inch
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Jean-baptiste Berlot (1775–1840) - Landing at the palace

Jean-Baptiste BERLOT
(Versailles, 1775 - Paris, 1840)

The landing at the palace

Oil on canvas mounted on panel
Signed and dated lower right
27 x 20 cm

Son of Jean-Baptiste Berlot father and Françoise Marvilliers, Jean-Baptiste Berlot is described as a music teacher and painter on his marriage certificate with Marie Louise Françoise Cronier, worker in a dress, dated November 14, 1789 in the parish of Notre -Dame of Versailles.
In fact, Jean-Baptiste Berlot is really known for having been a resident of the orchestra of the Opéra-Comique in Paris, but above all for having received the teaching of Hubert Robert.
He was collected by Vivant Denon, Alphonse Giroux and the architect Meslier. He also practiced the fixed under glass.

Our artist began exhibiting at the Paris Salon from 1804 to finish being present there in 1836. He also sent various shipments to provincial salons, in particular in the North of France such as Lille, Douai, Arras… but also in Toulouse.

As it was customary at the time to complete his training as an artist, Berlot had the opportunity to make numerous trips to Italy. The result is the achievement of a talented painter of real or imaginary architectures in bright colors.

Our painting, relatively early in the work of Berlot - 1809, exhibits here a scene of more classical architecture than he would later be able to produce in large numbers under the influence of the troubadour movement. His inspiration then probably finds its source in the still very present teaching of his teacher Hubert Robert, who died a year earlier in 1808.

Jean-Baptiste Berlot is said to have died on February 7, 1840 in Paris in the second arrondissement.

Museum: Le Mans...

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