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Charles Angrand

Charles Angrand Man and Woman in the Street oil painting on canvas
Man and Woman in the Street
Painting ID::  54168
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Charles Angrand Man and Woman in the Street oil painting on canvas



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  Charles Angrand
  French Pointillist Painter, 1854-1926.French painter. He was trained at the Acad?mie de Peinture et de Dessin in Rouen, where he won prizes. Although he failed to gain entry to the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, Angrand began to win a controversial local reputation for canvases in a loosely Impressionist manner. In 1882 he secured a post as a schoolteacher at the Coll?ge Chaptal in Paris. With this security he was able to make contacts in progressive artistic circles, and in 1884 he became a founder-member of the Salon des Ind?pendants. His paintings of this period depict rural interiors and kitchen gardens, combining the broken brushwork of Monet and Camille Pissarro with the tonal structure of Bastien-Lepage (e.g. In the Garden, 1884; priv. col., see 1979 exh. cat., p. 27).
  Man and Woman in the Street
  mk235 1887 Oil on canvas 38.5x33cm

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