japonisme alfred stevens portrait

japonisme alfred stevens portrait

felixinclusis:  petitpoulailler: fleurdulys: Alfred Stevens (Belgian, 1823-1906) ~ Girl Looking in the Mirror

felixinclusis: petitpoulailler: fleurdulys: Alfred Stevens (Belgian, 1823-1906) ~ Girl Looking in the Mirror

Resultado de imagen de alfred stevens

Resultado de imagen de alfred stevens

It's About Time: A few Japonisme paintings by European artists

It's About Time: A few Japonisme paintings by European artists

Alfred Stevens: Sarah Bernhardt, 1885.

Alfred Stevens: Sarah Bernhardt, 1885.

Alfred Stevens

Alfred Stevens

Detail of an Alfred Stevens (Belgian: 11 May 1823-24 Aug 1906) painting. Born in Brussels, Stevens came from a family involved with the visual arts: his older brother Joseph (1816–1892) and his son Léopold (1866–1935) were painters, while another brother Arthur (1825–99) was an art dealer and critic. His father, who had fought in the Napoleonic wars in the army of William I of the Netherlands, was an art collector.

Detail of an Alfred Stevens (Belgian: 11 May 1823-24 Aug 1906) painting. Born in Brussels, Stevens came from a family involved with the visual arts: his older brother Joseph (1816–1892) and his son Léopold (1866–1935) were painters, while another brother Arthur (1825–99) was an art dealer and critic. His father, who had fought in the Napoleonic wars in the army of William I of the Netherlands, was an art collector.

La femme et l’amour (L’amour qui vient) (1885) detail, Alfred Stevens (1823-1906)

La femme et l’amour (L’amour qui vient) (1885) detail, Alfred Stevens (1823-1906)

ALFRED STEVENS (BELGIAN, 1823 - 1906)  UN SOIR À LA MER  signed AStevens (lower right)  oil on panel, 64.7 x 45 cm

ALFRED STEVENS (BELGIAN, 1823 - 1906) UN SOIR À LA MER signed AStevens (lower right) oil on panel, 64.7 x 45 cm

AFTER THE BALL -   Alfred Stevens, 1874. This painting, also known as "Confidence," is one of several by Stevens to treat the theme of consolation. As in his other works from the 1870s, here the anecdotal content of a letter containing distressing news asserts itself in a glimpse of the life of fashionable Parisian women in their elegant interiors.

AFTER THE BALL - Alfred Stevens, 1874. This painting, also known as "Confidence," is one of several by Stevens to treat the theme of consolation. As in his other works from the 1870s, here the anecdotal content of a letter containing distressing news asserts itself in a glimpse of the life of fashionable Parisian women in their elegant interiors.

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