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Paul Charles CHOCARNE-MOREAU (Dijon 1855 - Neuilly-sur-Seine 1931)

"Élégante à l'ombrelle"


French School
Signed on the lower right
Dated 1884
Oil on canvas
38 x 55 cm / 15 x 21.6 in



Provenance:
Private collection, USA

Exhibitions:
Paris

Literature:
BÉNÉZIT, E., "Dictionnaire critique et documentaire des peintres, sculpteurs, dessinateurs et graveurs de tous les temps et de tous les pays par un groupe d'écrivains spécialistes français et étrangers", Librairie Gründ, Paris, 1999.
SCHURR, G., CABANNE, P., "Dictionnaire des Petits Maîtres de la peinture 1820-1920", Les éditions de l'amateur, Paris, 1996.


Artist Biography:
Paul Chocarne-Moreau was born in Dijon in 1855. He undertook his most important artistic training in Paris, initially in the atelier of the academy teacher, Tony Robert-Fleury, before undertaking further instruction under William Bouguereau. Both were teachers who had reputable careers; they eventually became presidents of the "Société des Artistes Français". Chocarne-Moreau was under Robert-Fleury?s tutelage when he debuted at the Salon of 1882 with a painting entitled "Distractions". He did not exhibit at the Salon of 1883, but returned in 1884 and was listed as a student of both Robert-Fleury and Bouguereau, exhibiting "La Part du Braconnier" at the Salon. At the 1886 Salon he exhibited "Avant le Salon", for which he was given an Honorable Mention. Chocarne-Moreau was also engaging with private patrons since his 1887 Salon entries were portraits. His showings at the annual Salon must have allowed him to create a patron base of his own; this may have also influenced his desire and ability to work primarily with the images involving boyhood. It was most likely for these genre scenes that Chocarne-Moreau garnered the majority of his praise and ?considerable success?. His paintings were considered, by at least modern writers commenting on the time, one of the ?highlights of the Salon?. Chocarne-Moreau?s interest in the playful nature of the child?s daily life reflected a continually growing interest in children themselves, a discussion that began during earlier centuries, but which was, by the 19th century, visually engrained. His colour palette appears consistent with his choice of image and recalls similar colour schemes used by earlier Realist painters in addition to such vibrant and strikingly emphasized colours, such as red, which also recall Jean-Georges Vibert. Chocarne-Morea

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  • Origin : BELGIUM
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