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Jean Baptiste Camille  Corot Honfleur (mk11) oil painting


Honfleur (mk11)
Painting ID::  21008
Jean Baptiste Camille Corot
Honfleur (mk11)
maisons sur les quais-vers 1830 USA collection privee

   
   
     

Jean Baptiste Camille  Corot Carriere de la Chaise-a-Marie a Fontainebleau (mk11) oil painting


Carriere de la Chaise-a-Marie a Fontainebleau (mk11)
Painting ID::  21009
Jean Baptiste Camille Corot
Carriere de la Chaise-a-Marie a Fontainebleau (mk11)
Juin 1831 Gand Musee des Beaux-Arts

   
   
     

Jean Baptiste Camille  Corot Ferme a Recouvriere (mk11) oil painting


Ferme a Recouvriere (mk11)
Painting ID::  21010
Jean Baptiste Camille Corot
Ferme a Recouvriere (mk11)
Niever 1831 Boston,Museum of Fine Arts

   
   
     

Jean Baptiste Camille  Corot Portrait de Mademoiselle Octavie Sennegon (mk11) oil painting


Portrait de Mademoiselle Octavie Sennegon (mk11)
Painting ID::  21011
Jean Baptiste Camille Corot
Portrait de Mademoiselle Octavie Sennegon (mk11)
1833 Collection privee

   
   
     

Jean Baptiste Camille  Corot la Cervara (mk11) oil painting


la Cervara (mk11)
Painting ID::  21012
Jean Baptiste Camille Corot
la Cervara (mk11)
campagne de Rome 1830/1831 Zurich Kunsthaus

   
   
     

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     Jean Baptiste Camille Corot
     1796-1875 Corot Locations French painter, draughtsman and printmaker. After a classical education at the College de Rouen, where he did not distinguish himself, and an unsuccessful apprenticeship with two drapers, Corot was allowed to devote himself to painting at the age of 26. He was given some money that had been intended for his sister, who had died in 1821, and this, together with what we must assume was his family continued generosity, freed him from financial worries and from having to sell his paintings to earn a living. Corot chose to follow a modified academic course of training. He did not enrol in the Ecole des Beaux-Arts but studied instead with Achille Etna Michallon and, after Michallon death in 1822, with Jean-Victor Bertin. Both had been pupils of Pierre-Henri Valenciennes, and, although in later years Corot denied that he had learnt anything of value from his teachers, his career as a whole shows his attachment to the principles of historic landscape painting which they professed.

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