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Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1861-1911) "Capitaine Ebener", oil on panel, 1889 2000 EUR
Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1861-1911) "Capitaine Ebener", oil on panel, 1889
Apart from its signature "Jean-Jacques Rousseau /1889" this painting bears the artist's own dedication to the man depicted in this military portrait - certain "Capitaine Ebener". It is the latter's full-length portrait, in which he is shown holding a military map, his horse and ordinary behind him (departure to a campaign?). Additionally, he wears several awards, first of which is the Chevalier Cross of the Legion of Honor.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1861-1911 Paris) was a well-known French figural, animalist and landscape painter, who was also active as pastelist and graphic artist. He was a pupil of Desportes, Lehman, Rolf and Ribot, and debuted in Paris in 1878. He was a vice-president of the "Société colonial des artistes français", member of "Société des Artistes français" and "Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts". In 1889 (sic!), he received an exhibition medal, followed by another one in 1900, at the Paris World Exhibition. In 1903, he became a Chevalier of the Legion of Honor. He produced, among others, a number of decorative paintings for Musée des colonies in Paris.
Our images nr.9-12 show several works of this artist that were offered at the international art auction market in the last years.
Creation Year: 1889
Measurements: UNFRAMED:41,0x32,4cm/16,1x12,8in FRAMED: 53,7x44,4cm/21,1x17,5in
Object Type: Framed oil painting
Style: Military paintings
Technique: oil on panel
Inscription: signed, dedicated and dated "1889"
Creator: Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Creator Dates: 1861-1911 Paris
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