21 October 2020




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A Pair of Oil Paintings By Charles Jacque Circa 1860-1870

Frame 13" high x 14.5" wide Painting 4" high x 6" wide

 A Pair of oil paintings by Charles Jacque. Each painting is an oil on board, depicting chickens in a rural farm yard setting. Signed and housed in their original wonderful double swept gilt wood and gesso frames Circa 1860-1870

Charles-Emile Jacque (23 May 1813 – 7 May 1894) was a French painter of animals and engraver  who was, with Jean Francois Millet part of the Barbizon School. He first learned to engrave maps when he spent seven years in the French ArmyFleeing the Cholera epidemics that besieged Paris in the mid-nineteenth century, Charles Jacque relocated to  Barbizon in 1849 with Millet. There, he painted rustic or pastoral or subject matter: shepherds, flocks of sheeps and pigs and scenes of farm life

Condition: This pair of paintings are in excellent original condition


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