01 Painting, Streets of Paris, by the artists of their time, Part 74

Georges Stein, French, 1870-1930
Champs Elysees
Oil on panel
4 5/8 x 7 1/2 inches (11.7 x 19 cm)
Private collection

The Avenue des Champs-Élysées is an avenue in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, running between the Place de la Concorde and the Place Charles de Gaulle, where the Arc de Triomphe is located. It is known for its theatres, cafés, and luxury shops, for the annual Bastille Day military parade, and as the finish of the Tour de France cycle race. The name is French for the Elysian Fields, the paradise for dead heroes in Greek mythology. It is one of the most famous streets in the world. More on the Champs-Élysées
Georges Stein was a late 19th and early 20th century French painter, best known for scenes of Parisian street life. Sources conflict about Stein’s dates of birth and death. The Benezit Dictionary of Artists gives the year of birth as “c. 1870”. The auction house Christie’s, among others, gives the dates 1855–1930, and the French National Library the dates 1870–1955. Moreover, the journal L’Éventail of 15 January 1918 mentions “the painter Georges Stein who recently died at Geneva”.
There is also some confusion as to the gender of Stein. While the Benezit Dictionary and L’Éventail refer to Stein as male, some gallery websites describe Stein as a female painter. More on Georges Stein

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Alfred Henry Maurer; La Pont De La Concorde and a View of The Palais Bourbon. 01 Painting, Streets of Paris, by the artists of their time, Part 73

Attributed to Alfred Henry Maurer
La Pont De La Concorde and a View of The Palais Bourbon, Circa 1920

Oil on paper laid on board
14 x 21 inches
Private collection

Pont de la Concorde, stone-arch bridge crossing the Seine River in Paris at the Place de la Concorde. The masterpiece of Jean-Rodolphe Perronet, conceived in 1772, the bridge was not begun until 1787 because conservative officials found the design too daring. Perronet personally supervised construction despite his advanced age; he was 82 when the work was completed in 1791. The outbreak of the French Revolution scarcely affected progress; Perronet used the demolished Bastille as a source for masonry. The name of the bridge has been changed from Louis XV to Révolution to Concorde. More on Pont de la Concorde

Alfred Henry Maurer (April 21, 1868 – August 4, 1932) was born in New York City April 21, 1868. He was the son of German-born Louis Maurer, a lithographer with a pronounced disdain for modern art. At age sixteen, Maurer had to quit school to work at his father’s lithographic firm. In 1897, after studying with the sculptor John Quincy Adams Ward and painter William Merritt Chase, Maurer left for Paris, where he stayed the next four years, joining a circle of American and French artists. Finding the instruction at the Academie Julian too limited, he spent most of his time copying in the Louvre.
Maurer  was a modernist painter. He exhibited his work in avant-garde circles internationally and in New York City during the early twentieth century. Highly respected today, his work met with little critical or commercial success in his lifetime, and he died, a suicide, at the age of sixty-four. More on Alfred Henry Maurer

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Ulpiano Checa, Rainy day in Paris 01 Painting, Streets of Paris, by the artists of their time, Part 72

Ulpiano Checa (1860–1916)
Ulpiano Checa, (1860–1916)
Día de lluvia en Paris/ Rainy day in Paris
Oil on canvas
Height: 66 cm (25.9″); Width: 80 cm (31.4″)
Museo Ulpiano Checa

Ulpiano Fernández-Checa y Saiz (April 3, 1860 – January 5, 1916), known as Ulpiano Checa, was a Spanish painter, sculptor, poster designer and illustrator. He used both impressionistic and academic techniques, and mainly painted historical subjects.

He was born in Colmenar de Oreja, Spain, and exhibited a talent for art when he was a young child. At thirteen, he met Don José Ballesterwho was impressed with his work and decided to bring Checa and his family to the capital to begin his art studies.

In 1873, he entered the Escuela de Bellas Artes de San Fernando in Madrid, followed by study at the Spanish Academy of Fine Arts in Rome [es], where he would paint Invasion of the Barbarians (since lost in a fire) which won the gold medal at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts in 1887. More on Ulpiano Fernández-Checa y Saiz

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Jean Dufy, La danse 01 Painting, Streets of Paris, by the artists of their time, Part 71

Jean Dufy (1888-1964)2
Jean Dufy, (1888-1964)
La danse (Au Cirque Médrano/ Circus Medrano), c. 1930
Oil on canvas
18 1/8 x 15 in. (46 x 38 cm.)
Private collection

The Cirque Medrano is a French circus that was located at the edge of Montmartre,  in what was then the edge of the City of Paris, under the name “Cirque Fernando”. The title “Cirque Medrano” is still active today: it is now a successful French traveling circus.

The Parisian circus was created by a Belgian circus entrepreneur, Ferdinand Beert (1835-1902), and was built at the corner of the Boulevard de Rochechouart and the Rue des Martyrs, in what was then the edge of the City of Paris, under the name “Cirque Fernando.” The area was a working-class neighborhood at the foot of the hill of Montmartre, famous for its many places of popular entertainment, among which the Moulin de la Galette and the famous Bal du Moulin Rouge — and in the vicinity of the Bateau-Lavoir in Montmartre, where many young painters lived. More on The Cirque Medrano

Jean Dufy (b Le Havre, France, 1888; d La Boissière, 1964) French Painter. Following his service in the military, from 1910-1912, Jean Dufy relocated to Paris. Inspired by the work of Braque and Picasso, Dufy created watercolors that expressed a heightened understanding of color and light. In the mid-1920s, Jean Dufy became captivated by the music of the time, such as Darius Millaud and Francis Poulenc, and incorporated this interest into his artwork. While depicting orchestral and musical subjects, Dufy later became enchanted by the coast of Northern France and began to create majestic and effecting landscapes. Throughout the 1950s Dufy explored Western Europe and North America, but inevitably returned to his watercolors and oils of Paris. Just two months after the death of his wife, Ismérie, Jean Dufy died in 1964 in La BoissiereMore Jean Dufy



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Henry MALFROY, Paris, l’Arc de Triomphe 01 Painting, Streets of Paris, Part 70 – With Footnotes

Henry MALFROY 1895-1944
Henry MALFROY, 1895-1944
Paris, l’Arc de Triomphe
Huile sur papier
27 x 35 cm.
Private collection

Honoring those who fought and died for France during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, the Arc de Triomphe de l’Étoile stands at the center of the present work by Jean Béraud, the master of Belle Époque Parisian painting. Béraud presents the prototypical view of the Champs-Élysées: fashionably dressed figures stroll under the trees and others ride in carriages down the busy avenue. Many have commented on Beraud’s realistic portrayal of everyday life at the fin-de-siecle and this attention to detail extends to his meticulous depiction of a plaster sculpture that surmounted the Arc itself at the time-Alexandre Falguière’s The Triumph of the Revolution. As one of the finest sculptors to practice during the Second Empire, Falguière conceived his monumental plaster sculpture as an elaborate quadriga preparing to “crush Anarchy and Despotism”, a worthy commentary on the political vagaries that had beset France in the past. The plaster group was in place from 1882 until it crumbled in 1886. Unfortunately, no version in bronze was commissioned; there is only a maquette of the sculpture in the collection of the Musée d’Orsay, and, of course, images such as Béraud’s Arc de Triomphe. More on this painting

Henry Malfroy, ( b. January 15, 1895, in Martinique; died in 1944), was born in Martigues (Mouth of the Rhone) on the 15th January 1895.

He was most likely the son of Charles Malfroy, with whom he is often confused. He was an impressionist painter, specialising in topographical subjects including the town of Cassis, the Mouth of the Rhone, the Var and in particular street scenes of Paris.

He regularly exhibited at the Salons des Artistes Francais et des Independants. More on Henry Malfroy

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Miroslava Zaharieva, Notre-Dame Cathedral 01 Painting, Streets of Paris, by the artists of their time, Part 69 – With Footnotes

Notre-Dame Cathedral
Miroslava Zaharieva, Bulgaria
Notre-Dame Cathedral
Watercolor on Paper
19.7 W x 13.8 H x 0 in
Private collection

Notre-Dame de Paris is a medieval Catholic cathedral on the Île de la Cité in the fourth arrondissement of Paris. The cathedral is widely considered to be one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture, and is among the largest and most well-known church buildings in the world. The naturalism of its sculptures and stained glass are in contrast with earlier Romanesque architecture.

As the cathedral of the Archdiocese of Paris, Notre-Dame contains the cathedra of the Archbishop of Paris. The cathedral treasury contains a reliquary which houses some of Catholicism’s most important relics, including the purported Crown of Thorns, a fragment of the True Cross, and one of the Holy Nails.

 

In the 1790s, Notre-Dame suffered desecration in the radical phase of the French Revolution when much of its religious imagery was damaged or destroyed. An extensive restoration supervised by Eugène Viollet-le-Duc began in 1845. A project of further restoration and maintenance began in 1991. More on Notre-Dame Cathedral


Miroslava Zaharieva is an academic and self-expression artist. She works in various styles: still life, landscape, portrait, figural and non-figural compositions using watercolours, oil, tempera and acrylic colours. Traditional techniques of painting and experimentation by mixing different techniques together. Collage works with various materials: paper, textile, leather and synthetics. Applied arts experience in hand drawing and stamping of textiles (silk, linen, cotton, synthetics).

Born on May 6th 1982 at Sofia, Bulgaria, Miroslava Graduated on M.A. course in Painting at the National Academy of Arts, Sofia, Bulgaria. She is a member of Union of Bulgarian Artists since 2012. She is also a member of AIAP / IAA – UNESCO. More on Miroslava Zaharieva





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Jean Dufy, PARIS, MONTMARTRE 01 Painting, Streets of Paris, Part 68 – With Footnotes

_JEAN DUFY
Jean Dufy, (1888 – 1964)
PARIS, MONTMARTRE, c. 1920
Watercolor and gouache on paper
10¼ by 14¼ in. (26 by 36.1 cm)
Private collection

With its cobbled streets, stunning Basilica, artists, bistros … Montmartre is full of charm! Perched on the top of a small hill in the 18th arrondissement, the most famous Parisian district has lost none of its village atmosphere that appealed so much to the artists of the 19th and 20th centuries. A real melting pot of art and inspiration for the cinema, Montmartre still gives as much pleasure to those who stroll around it and figures high on the list for a stay in Paris. More on Montmartre

Jean Dufy (b Le Havre, France, 1888; d La Boissière, 1964) French Painter. Following his service in the military, from 1910-1912, Jean Dufy relocated to Paris. Inspired by the work of Braque and Picasso, Dufy created watercolors that expressed a heightened understanding of color and light. In the mid-1920s, Jean Dufy became captivated by the music of the time, such as Darius Millaud and Francis Poulenc, and incorporated this interest into his artwork. While depicting orchestral and musical subjects, Dufy later became enchanted by the coast of Northern France and began to create majestic and effecting landscapes. Throughout the 1950s Dufy explored Western Europe and North America, but inevitably returned to his watercolors and oils of Paris. Just two months after the death of his wife, Ismérie, Jean Dufy died in 1964 in La BoissiereMore Jean Dufy



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Jean Dufy, L’Institut et la Passerelle des Arts, 1929 01 Painting, Streets of Paris, Part 67 – With Footnotes

Jean Dufy (1888-1964)
Jean Dufy, (1888-1964)
L’Institut et la Passerelle des Arts, 1929
Oil on canvas
54 x 73 cm., 21 1/4 x 28 3/4 in.
Private collection

The Pont des Arts or Passerelle des Arts is a pedestrian bridge in Paris which crosses the River Seine. It links the Institut de France and the central square (cour carrée) of the Palais du Louvre, (which had been termed the “Palais des Arts” under the First French Empire).

The bridge has sometimes served as a place for art exhibitions, and is today a “studio en plein air” for painters, artists and photographers who are drawn to its unique point of view. The Pont des Arts is also frequently a spot for picnics during the summer. More on Passerelle des Arts

Jean Dufy (b Le Havre, France, 1888; d La Boissière, 1964) French Painter. Following his service in the military, from 1910-1912, Jean Dufy relocated to Paris. Inspired by the work of Braque and Picasso, Dufy created watercolors that expressed a heightened understanding of color and light. In the mid-1920s, Jean Dufy became captivated by the music of the time, such as Darius Millaud and Francis Poulenc, and incorporated this interest into his artwork. While depicting orchestral and musical subjects, Dufy later became enchanted by the coast of Northern France and began to create majestic and effecting landscapes. Throughout the 1950s Dufy explored Western Europe and North America, but inevitably returned to his watercolors and oils of Paris. Just two months after the death of his wife, Ismérie, Jean Dufy died in 1964 in La BoissiereMore Jean Dufy

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Eugène Galien-Laloue, Communiantes a Paris 01 Painting, Streets of Paris, by the artists of their time, Part 66 – With Footnotes

EUGÈNE GALIEN-LALOUE
Eugène Galien-Laloue, French, 1854-1941
Communiantes a Paris
Gouache over pencil on paper
30.5 by 18.5cm., 12 by 7½in.
Private collection

Communicants are people who partake or are entitled to partake of the Eucharist; a member of a church.

Eugène Galien-Laloue (1854–1941) was a French artist of French-Italian parents and was born in Paris on December 11, 1854. He was a populariser of street scenes, usually painted in autumn or winter. His paintings of the early 1900s accurately represent the era in which he lived: a happy, bustling Paris, la Belle Époque, with horse-drawn carriages, trolley cars and its first omnibuses. Galien-Laloue’s works are valued not only for their contribution to 20th-century art, but for the actual history, which they document. His work can be seen at the Musée des Beaux-Arts, Louvier; Musée des Beaux-Arts, La Rochelle; Mulhouse, France.

A typical Galien-Laloue painting depicts sidewalks and avenues crowded with people or tourists mingling before the capital’s monuments. He also painted the landscapes of Normandy and Seine-et-Marne, as well as military scenes he was commissioned to produce in 1914. The Republic of France selected Galien-Laloue to work as a ‘war artist,’ both during the Franco-Prussian War and World War I, chiefly in watercolor. More on Eugène Galien-Laloue



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Pierre Bonnard, Rue Tholozé 01 Painting, Streets of Paris, by the artists of their time, Part 65 – With Footnotes

Pierre Bonnard (1867-1947)
Pierre Bonnard, (1867-1947)
Rue Tholozé, c. 1915
Oil on canvas
21 7/8 x 15 1/8 in. (55.5 x 38.3 cm.)
Private collection

Tholozé Street is one of the trendy streets of the Abbesses district. It owes it’s celebrity to it’s proximity to Montmartre, and  the Moulin de la Galette. This street, 185 meters long and 8 meters wide, owes its name to a general who was famous during the conquest of Algeria, Henri Alexis Tholozé (1781-1853).

Pierre Bonnard (3 October 1867 — 23 January 1947) was a French painter and printmaker, as well as a founding member of the Post-Impressionist group of avant-garde painters Les Nabis. Bonnard preferred to work from memory, using drawings as a reference, and his paintings are often characterized by a dreamlike quality. The intimate domestic scenes, for which he is perhaps best known, often include his wife Marthe de Meligny.

Bonnard has been described as “the most thoroughly idiosyncratic of all the great twentieth- century painters”, and the unusual vantage points of his compositions rely less on traditional modes of pictorial structure than voluptuous color, poetic allusions and visual wit. Identified as a late practitioner of Impressionism in the early 20th century, Bonnard has since been recognized for his unique use of color and his complex imagery. More on Pierre Bonnard

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Jean Dufy, Vue de Paris 01 Painting, Streets of Paris, Part 64 – With Footnotes

 

Jean Dufy (1888-1964)2 (1)
Jean Dufy, (1888-1964)
Vue de Paris
Oil on canvas
20 ½ x 26 3/8 in (52 x 66.9 cm.)
Private collectio

Jean Dufy (b Le Havre, France, 1888; d La Boissière, 1964) French Painter. Following his service in the military, from 1910-1912, Jean Dufy relocated to Paris. Inspired by the work of Braque and Picasso, Dufy created watercolors that expressed a heightened understanding of color and light. In the mid-1920s, Jean Dufy became captivated by the music of the time, such as Darius Millaud and Francis Poulenc, and incorporated this interest into his artwork. While depicting orchestral and musical subjects, Dufy later became enchanted by the coast of Northern France and began to create majestic and effecting landscapes. Throughout the 1950s Dufy explored Western Europe and North America, but inevitably returned to his watercolors and oils of Paris. Just two months after the death of his wife, Ismérie, Jean Dufy died in 1964 in La Boissiere. More Jean Dufy

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Jean Beraud, French, Carrefour Drouot 01 Painting, Streets of Paris, Part 67 – With Footnotes

Jean Beraud
Jean Beraud, French, 1834-1935
Carrefour Drouot (Drouot Crossroads), circa 1887
Oil on canvas
15 3/8 x 22 1/4 inches (39 x 56.5 cm)
Private collection

The rue Drouot was created in the early eighteenth century, but it was extended in the second half of the nineteenth century, following the “Haussmannization” of Paris. The street housed many “magasins de nouveautés”, as well as the famous Hôtel Drouot, which, to this day, is the most renowned auction gallery in the French capital city. More on Carrefour Drouot

Jean Béraud (January 12, 1849 – October 4, 1935) was a French painter, noted for his paintings of Parisian life during the Belle Époque. He was renowned in Paris society due to his numerous paintings depicting the life of Paris, and the nightlife of Paris society. He also painted religious subjects in a contemporary setting. Pictures of the Champs Elysees, cafeés, Montmartre and the banks of the Seine are precisely detailed illustrations of everyday Parisian era of the “Belle Époque”. More Jean Béraud

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Louis Marie de Schryver, The Flower Market on the Île de la Cité 01 Painting, Streets of Paris, by the artists of their time, Part 66 – With Footnotes

Louis Marie de Schryver (French, 1862-1942)
Louis Marie de Schryver, (French, 1862-1942)
Paris – The Flower Market on the Île de la Cité
Oil on canvas
36 1/8 x 28 ½ in. (91.8 x 72.4 cm.)
Private collection

The Île de la Cité is one of two remaining natural islands in the Seine within the city of Paris (the other being the Île Saint-Louis).[a] It is the centre of Paris and the location where the medieval city was refounded. More on The Île de la Cité

Louis Marie de Schryver, born in Paris in 1862, Louis Marie de Schryver began his artistic career under the tutelage of the portrait painter and orientalist Gabriel-Joseph-Marie-Augustin Ferrier. He exhibited for the first time at the Paris Salon at the young age of 13, showing two works, both still life canvases of flowers.

The choice of subject would permeate throughout the entirety of his long career. He earned numerous awards from 1879 onwards, including a number of honorable mentions at the Salon, as well as the Universal Expositions of 1891, 1896 and 1900. Highly praised by both critics and the public alike, de Schryver enjoyed enormous success during his lifetime, and his works remain highly sought after. More on Louis Marie de Schryver

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Antonio Gravina, Paris 01 Painting, Streets of Paris, Part 65 – With Footnotes

Antonio Gravina (Italy, 1934-2011)
Antonio Gravina, (Italy, 1934-2011)
Paris
Oil on canvas
11 1/2″ H x 19 1/2″ W
Private collection

Parisian street scene in the rain with a flower stall, crowds of people, and street cars in the foreground before building and a grey sky in the background.

Antonio Gravina was born in Naples in 1934 and studied at the Art Institute in that city.  He started painting when only fifteen years old.  Gravina’s great fantasy cannot be denied given the great variety of his subjects, to which he gives a very special immediacy.

Gravina has taken part in many national and international exhibitions.He also took part in many art competitions with great success.  We find his works in many Italian and foreign collections. More on Antonio Gravina

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Elizabeth Elkin, Cafe in Montmartre, La Maison Rose 01 Painting, Streets of Paris, by the artists of their time, Part 67 – With Footnotes

Elizabeth Elkin
Elizabeth Elkin
Cafe in Montmartre, La Maison Rose
Oil on canvas
20″x 24″
Private collection

La Maison Rose  is a Montmartre canteen frequented by several generations of artists, Picasso, Modigliani, later Piaf, Barbara, Aznavour, Nougaro, Brel, or Camus … This emblematic place of Montmartre opened its doors at the end of 2017, taken over by a new team, as well as Béatrice’s granddaughter, who bought La Maison Rose in 1948.

La Maison Rose offers a short menu based on seasonal produce, inspired by French cuisine and Italian cucina povera. More on La Maison Rose

Elizabeth Elkin is a renowned professional artist with an international reputation. Over the span of thirty years, she utilizes her advanced painting skills to create superior quality oil paintings. The true innovation of her work lies in the power of her vibrant colors, her museum quality works of expressionist art and her unique style of cubism in which the painting only reveals its true complexity after careful viewing over time.

Elizabeth’s academic training spans over eight years of study at several post-secondary fine art institutions in Europe. She has experimented with various artistic forms, including expressionism, cubism, impressionism, abstract and realism. More on Elizabeth Elkin

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Albert André, Untitled 01 Painting, Streets of Paris, Part 66 – With Footnotes

ALBERT ANDRE
Albert André
Untitled
Oil on canvas
22 inches high and 26 inches
Private collection

Albert André ( 24 May 1869 – 11 July 1954) was a French Post-Impressionist figurative painter. He produced portraits of Pierre-Auguste Renoir, his closest friend, and Claude Monet.

Born in Lyon, he initially trained there designing patterns for silk. In 1889 he moved to Paris to enroll at the Académie Julian. There he met Paul Ranson, Louis Valtat, and Georges d’Espagnat. He also associated with the group known as Les Nabis which included Bonnard, Vuillard, Denis, Vallotton, Marquet and Signac.

In 1894, he exhibited five paintings at the Salon des Indépendants where he caught the eye of Renoir. Despite their age difference, a solid friendship united them until Renoir’s death in 1919, providing André with guidance in his career. Through Renoir’s art dealer André was able to sell many of his paintings in the United States. Between 1895 and 1901, he exhibited at the Salon des Cent, the Salon des Indépendants, the Exposition d’Art Nouveau, the Salon d’Automne, and, in 1904, at the Salon de la Libre Esthétique in Brussels. In 1912, Durand-Ruel enabled André to exhibit his work in New York City and in 1913, he was selected to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the Libre Esthétique in Brussels, showcasing works on a theme of southern France.

Demobilized from World War I in 1917, he moved to Marseille and then to the village of Laudun in the Gard. He became curator of the art museum of Bagnols-sur-Cèze, where he remained until his death.
André died on 11 July 1954 at 85 years old, shortly before his works were due to be showcased at the Avignon Museum. More on Albert André

 

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Helmut Newton, Kissing Rue Aubriot 01 Photograph, Streets of Paris, by the artists of their time, Part 64 – With Footnotes

Helmut Newton2
Helmut Newton
Kissing Rue Aubriot, c. 1976
Silver Gelatin Print
20 × 16 in, 50.8 × 40.6 cm
Private collection

Rue Aubriot is named after Hugues Aubriot, provost of Paris under Charles V. The latter is known to have taken measures of leniency with regard to the Jews of Paris. For this, he was accused of impiety, imprisoned in the Bastille, then released by mutineers. He is also the builder of the Bastille, on which he laid the first stone on April 22, 1370. It is also has the first sewers of Paris with vaults, docks and bridges. More on Rue Aubriot

Helmut Newton was born on October 31, 1920, in Berlin, Germany. He attended the American School in Berlin. From an early age, Newton developed a keen obsession with photography, purchasing his very first camera aged 12. Four years later, Newton was to turn his back on mainstream education, taking an apprenticeship with renowned German photographer, Elsle Simon, known as Yva. Her surreal, multiple exposure photographs that took in fashion, theater and the nude were to inspire Newton throughout his career.

On November 9, 1938, Newton, secured passage to China, where he stopped in Singapore until 1940 before leaving to Australia and finding work as a truck driver in the Australian Army.

In 1948, he married actress June Browne, herself a photographer under the name of Alice Springs, a name she chose from a map of Australia. High-profile contracts with Australian Vogue in the 1950’s; British Vogue in 1957-1958; French Vogue in 1961 provided Newton with the exposure that would allow him to stamp his style on fashion photography over the next 40 years.

Known as the ‘King of Kink’, Newton’s erotically charged imagery was provocative as it was masterful in its compositional and narrative direction. Creating highly charged images layered with voyeuristic, sado-masochist undertexts, Newton was drawn to empowered woman presenting a potent image of female sexuality in the 60’s and 70’s.

Newton died, aged 83, in 2004 following a major car accident in Los Angeles. More on Helmut Newton

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Jean Dufy, Vue aérienne de Paris 01 Painting, Streets of Paris, by the artists of their time, Part 62 – With Footnotes

Jean Dufy (1888-1964) (2)
Jean Dufy, (1888-1964)
Vue aérienne de Paris: le jardin des Tuileries et la Basilique du Sacré Cœur de Montmartre/ Aerial view of Paris: the Tuileries Garden and the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Montmartre
Gouache on paper
60.3 x 46.5 cm., 23 3/4 x 18 5/16 in.
Private collection

Jean Dufy (b Le Havre, France, 1888; d La Boissière, 1964) French Painter. Following his service in the military, from 1910-1912, Jean Dufy relocated to Paris. Inspired by the work of Braque and Picasso, Dufy created watercolors that expressed a heightened understanding of color and light. In the mid-1920s, Jean Dufy became captivated by the music of the time, such as Darius Millaud and Francis Poulenc, and incorporated this interest into his artwork. While depicting orchestral and musical subjects, Dufy later became enchanted by the coast of Northern France and began to create majestic and effecting landscapes. Throughout the 1950s Dufy explored Western Europe and North America, but inevitably returned to his watercolors and oils of Paris. Just two months after the death of his wife, Ismérie, Jean Dufy died in 1964 in La Boissiere. More Jean Dufy

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Victor-Gabriel Gilbert, THE FLOWER VENDOR 01 Painting, Streets of Pari, Part 65 – With Footnotes

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Victor-Gabriel Gilbert, PARIS 1847 – 1933 PARIS
THE FLOWER VENDOR ON THE PONT DES ARTS, PARIS
Oil on panel
40,5 x 32 cm ; 16 by 12 5/8 in
Private collection

The Pont des Arts or Passerelle des Arts is a pedestrian bridge in Paris which crosses the River Seine. It links the Institut de France and the central square (cour carrée) of the Palais du Louvre, (which had been termed the “Palais des Arts” under the First French Empire); between 1802 and 1804, under the reign of Napoleon I

In 1976, the Inspector of Bridges and Causeways reported several deficiencies on the bridge. More specifically, he noted the damage that had been caused by two aerial bombardments sustained during World War I and World War II and the harm done from the multiple collisions caused by boats. The bridge would be closed to circulation in 1977 and, in 1979, suffered a 60-metre collapse after a barge rammed into it.

The present bridge was built between 1981 and 1984 “identically” according to the plans of Louis Arretche.

The bridge has sometimes served as a place for art exhibitions, and is today a studio en plein air for painters, artists and photographers. The Pont des Arts is also frequently a spot for picnics during the summer. More on The Pont des Arts

Victor Gabriel Gilbert born in Paris the 13 February 1847 and died in the 21 July 1933. He was a French painter. He is buried in Montmartre cemetery in Paris. In 1860 he apprenticed to a painter and decorator. He followed with evening art classes under the direction of Father Levasseur, the School of the City of Paris. In the late 1870s, his taste for naturalism is developed and he turned to genre painting with scenes of streets, cafes, markets, especially that of Halles . He obtained a second class medal at the Salon of 1880 and a silver medal at the 1889 World Fair . It becomes a member of the French Society of Artists in 1914.

Victor Gilbert was appointed Knight of the Legion of Honour in 1897, and received the Prix Léon Bonnat in 1926. More on Victor Gabriel Gilbert

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Fried Pal, Untitled, (Can Can Dancers) 01 Painting, Streets of Paris, by the artists of their time, Part 63 – With Footnotes

Fried Pal (1893 - 1976) (1)
Fried Pal, (1893 – 1976)
Untitled, (Can Can Dancers)
Oil on canvas
30 1/4 x 24 1/4 inches
Private collection

The can-can  is a high-energy, physically demanding dance that became a popular music hall dance in the 1840s, continuing in popularity in French cabaret to this day. Originally danced by both sexes, it is now traditionally associated with a chorus line of female dancers. The main features of the dance are the vigorous manipulation of skirts and petticoats, along with high kicks, splits, and cartwheels. More on the can-can

Pál Fried (16 June 1893 in Hungary – 6 March 1976 in New York City) was a Hungarian artist. His oil paintings were usually of dancers, nudes, and portraits, and his subjects were almost always women, although he also painted Paris, seascapes, and cowboys and landscapes of the American West. He signed his paintings, as is usual in Hungarian, with his surname first as “Fried Pál”. At times, this particular artist would make several, almost identical versions of the same oil painting, except he would use slightly different facial expressions and/or would try different colour schemes.

Fried immigrated to the United States in 1946 after World War II, and became a U.S. citizen in 1953. He lived in Los Angeles and New York City. More on Pál Fried

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