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ANTOINE-VICTOR-EDMOND JOINVILLE (1801-1849)
  • ANTOINE-VICTOR-EDMOND JOINVILLE (1801-1849)

    A VIEW OF POZZUOLI

    Dated l.r. le 6 Novembre 1823, inscribed l.l. 1.2

    Pencil on paper

    23.5 x 39.5 cm

     

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    THE GROTTO AT POSILIPPO

    Dated l.r. 26 Aprile 1823

    Pencil on paper

    25.7 x 20.7 cm

     

     

    PROVENANCE:

    Private Collection, France

     

     

     

     

    Joinville trained at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, afterwards becoming one of the second generation of classical landscape painters working in Italy, with Edouard Bertin, Caruelle d'Aligny, Alexandre Desgoffe, and Corot as his contemporaries. He first visited the region in 1823, when he journeyed to Naples, produced this and other topographical sketches of the city, as well as several views in oil of the city and its environs. He would later paint and draw further views of Genoa, Venice, Rome and Naples between 1831 and 1848. During this latter period, Joinville travelled on at least one occasion to North Africa.

      £2,000.00Price
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