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Carle Vernet (1758-1836) "La Marchande de Cerises", watercolor, 1795/1800 1250 EUR
Carle Vernet (1758-1836) "La Marchande de Cerises", watercolor, 1795/1800
This watercolor with a street scene showing a boy buying cherries is a work of the famous French turn of the 19th century artist Carle Vernet.
Antoine Charles Horace (called Carle) Vernet was born in 1758 in Bordeaux as a son of the marine painter Claude Joseph Vernet (1714-1789). Raised in his father's workshop, already as a child, he was eagerly drawing horses. At the age of 11 years Vernet entered the studio of N.B.Lepicie. In 1779 and 1782 he was awarded Rome prizes for historical painting and spent three years in Rome. In 1789 the artist became an agréé of Academia Royale, but never acquired a full membership at the academy. In 1806 he was appointed a painter of War Depot and in 1810 became a member of Institute. The artist died in Paris in 1836. As a first-class horse drawing master Vernet belonged to the beginners of lithography in France (first attempts undertaken in 1816). Especially popular are his scenes of Napoleonic battles.
Our additional images show several watercolors by Carle Vernet offered on the international art market in the last years.
Creation Year: 1795/1800
Measurements: UNFRAMED:35,0x26,5cm/13,8x10,4in FRAMED: 42,3x33,8cm/16,7x13,3in
Object Type: Framed watercolor
Style: Old master drawings
Technique: watercolor on paper laid on cardboard
Inscription: signed: Carle Vernet
Creator: Antoine Charles Horace Vernet
Creator Dates: 1758 Bordeaux-1836 Paris
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