Henri Fantin-Latour

French 1836-1904 Henri Fantin Latour Locations Bure) French painter and printmaker. He was trained by his father, a portrait painter, and at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. Though he associated with progressive artists (Gustave Courbet, Eugene Delacroix, Edouard Manet), he was a traditionalist best known for his portraits and still lifes with flowers. His portrait groups, reminiscent of 17th-century Dutch guild portraits, depict literary and artistic persons of the time; his flower paintings were especially popular in England, thanks to James McNeill Whistler and John Everett Millais, who found patrons to support him. His later years were devoted to lithography.

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Henri Fantin-Latour Flowers and Fruit on a Table oil painting


Flowers and Fruit on a Table
Painting ID::  1189
Artist: Henri Fantin-Latour
Painting: Flowers and Fruit on a Table
Introduction: 1865 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
   
   
     

Henri Fantin-Latour An Atelier in the Batignolles oil painting


An Atelier in the Batignolles
Painting ID::  1190
Artist: Henri Fantin-Latour
Painting: An Atelier in the Batignolles
Introduction: 1870 Musee d'Orsay, Paris
   
   
     

Henri Fantin-Latour Still Life with Flowers  2 oil painting


Still Life with Flowers 2
Painting ID::  1191
Artist: Henri Fantin-Latour
Painting: Still Life with Flowers 2
Introduction: 1881 Art Institute of Chicago
   
   
     

Henri Fantin-Latour Still Life 1 oil painting


Still Life 1
Painting ID::  1192
Artist: Henri Fantin-Latour
Painting: Still Life 1
Introduction: 1866 National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
   
   
     

Henri Fantin-Latour Still Life  2 oil painting


Still Life 2
Painting ID::  1193
Artist: Henri Fantin-Latour
Painting: Still Life 2
Introduction: 1869
   
   
     

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     French 1836-1904 Henri Fantin Latour Locations Bure) French painter and printmaker. He was trained by his father, a portrait painter, and at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. Though he associated with progressive artists (Gustave Courbet, Eugene Delacroix, Edouard Manet), he was a traditionalist best known for his portraits and still lifes with flowers. His portrait groups, reminiscent of 17th-century Dutch guild portraits, depict literary and artistic persons of the time; his flower paintings were especially popular in England, thanks to James McNeill Whistler and John Everett Millais, who found patrons to support him. His later years were devoted to lithography.