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Painting ID::  85508
Young Women Looking at Japanese Objects
Date c.1869-1870 Medium Oil on canvas cjr

James Tissot Young Women Looking at Japanese Objects oil painting reproduction


   
 

 

 
   
      


Painting ID::  89609
Young Women Looking at Japanese Objects
1869-1870 Medium oil on canvas cyf

James Joseph Jacques Tissot Young Women Looking at Japanese Objects oil painting reproduction


   
 

 

 
   
      

James Joseph Jacques Tissot
James Jacques Joseph Tissot (15 October 1836 - 8 August 1902) was a French painter, who spent much of his career in Britain. Tissot was born in Nantes, France. In about 1856, he began study at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris under Hippolyte Flandrin and Lamothe, and became friendly with Edgar Degas and James Abbott McNeill Whistler. Tissot exhibited in the Paris Salon for the first time in 1859, two portraits of women and three scenes in medieval dress from Faust. The latter show the influence of the Belgian painter Henri Leys (Jan August Hendrik Leys), whom he had met in Antwerp in 1859. In the mid-1860s, however, Tissot began to concentrate on depicting women, often although not always shown in modern dress. Like contemporaries such as Alfred Stevens and Claude Monet, Tissot also explored japonisme, including Japanese objects and costumes in his pictures. A portrait of Tissot by Degas from these years (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York) shows him with a Japanese screen hanging on the wall.
Young Women Looking at Japanese Objects
1869-1870 Medium oil on canvas cyf

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