Jérôme PREUDHOMME (1735-1810). Two women... - Lot 38 - Le Floc'h

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Jérôme PREUDHOMME (1735-1810). Two women... - Lot 38 - Le Floc'h
Jérôme PREUDHOMME (1735-1810). Two women leaning. Pair of oils on oak panels, one board, not parqueted. Signed lower right and left and dated 1797. Height 17.5 cm - Width 11.5 cm Our two paintings are directly related to "l'atelier d'artiste", also known as "les bons jours et les mauvais jours", two paintings signed J.Preudhomme, dated 1797 and housed in the Musée Antoine Lecuyer in Saint-Quentin. Here, we find the woman leaning back, but in a different color scheme, leaning back in a chair; the woman at the parapet, on the other hand, is in a different color scheme. in the Saint-Quentin painting, the woman at the parapet is leaning on a table. There are also two small paintings by the artist dated 1797, sold at Lucerne (Fischer) in November 1991, no. 2094 (pair of panels 15 x 23 cm). In 1784, Jérôme Preudhomme was appointed professor at the Saint-Quentin School of Drawing, founded in 1782 by Maurice Quentin La Tour. See Françoise Baligand's article on the artist: https://www.latribunedelart.com/nouveaux-elements-biographiques-sur-le-peintre-jerome-preudhommearras-v-1735-paris-1810. Appraisal by Cabinet TURQUIN, Mr Stéphane PINTA - 01 47 03 48 78 - stephane.pinta@turquin.fr
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