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Fabre); and in the portrait of Bazille by Renoir (1867; Paris, Mus. d'Orsay). His. ). Apart from landscapes of the Languedoc countryside such as the Walls of Aigues-Mortes (1867; 20 2. Bazille, Frederic Frederic Bazille: Improvised Sickbed, 1865 (Paris, Montpellier, Mus. concentrated Bazille Fabre), Musee d'Orsay) and spontaneous pictorial structure, which recurs almost exclusively on painting the figure. ) Summer Scene, Bathers (1869; Cambridge, MA, Fogg). While the rural scenes combine academic attitudes and traditional tech- pleted in Paris.
On an extensive correspondence with Puvis de Chavannes. After 1867 Belly, in poor health, spent 1834 he exhibited at the Salon an increasing amount of time at his country estate Montboulan at many 23 From landscapes of the surroundings of Paris, Compiegne and Besancon that were sometimes similar the to in the Sologne. In his landscapes of works of his friend Corot. These landscapes were Montboulan painted directly from nature and show his con- provincial France, such as the Ford at Mus. d'Orsay), Belly con- (exh.
To the Voices', A. , lvi (Jan 1982), pp. G. painters internationally. British artists, especially George Clausen and Henry Herbert La Thangue, York Aspects of Jules Bastien-Lepage's Joan of Arc Listening Gatherers. Paintings naturalism Salon Mus. ) spread New McConkey: 'The Bouguereau of the Naturalists: Bastien- The Realist Tradition: French Painting and Drawing, forest inhabitants, all Masters, 1896//? , Lepage and British Pere Jacques Bastien-Lepage used the theme of the to intricately Modern French A.