Gustave Caillebotte oil painting

100% hand painted with oils on canvas after museum original

Item No.
OP2599

Period:
Impressionism

$249.00

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Gustave Caillebotte oil painting 100% handamde reproduction. Gustave Caillebotte (French pronunciation: [?ystav kajb?t]; 19 August 1848 - 21 February 1894) was a French painter, member and patron of the group of artists known as Impressionists, though he painted in a much more realistic manner than many other artists in the group. Caillebotte was noted for his early interest in photography as an art form. In his will, Caillebotte donated a large collection to the French government. This collection included sixty-eight paintings by various artists: Camille Pissarro (nineteen), Claude Monet (fourteen), Pierre-Auguste Renoir (ten), Alfred Sisley (nine), Edgar Degas (seven), Paul Cézanne (five), and Édouard Manet (four).[20] At the time of Caillebotte's death, the Impressionists were still largely condemned by the art establishment in France, which was dominated by Academic art and specifically the Académie des beaux-arts. Because of this, Caillebotte realised that the cultural treasures in his collection would likely disappear into "attics" and "provincial museums". He therefore stipulated that they must be displayed in the Luxembourg Palace (devoted to the work of living artists), and then in the Louvre.[23] Unfortunately, the French government would not agree to these terms. In February 1896, they finally negotiated terms with Renoir, who was the will's executor, under which they took thirty-eight of the paintings to the Luxembourg. The installation constituted the first presentation of the Impressionists in a public venue in France.[24] The remaining twenty-nine paintings (one, a Degas, was taken by Renoir in payment for his services as executor) were offered to the French government twice more, in 1904 and 1908, and were both times refused. When the government finally attempted to claim them in 1928, the bequest was repudiated by the widow of Caillebotte's son. Most of the remaining works were purchased by Albert C. Barnes, and are now held by the Barnes Foundation.[25] Forty of Caillebotte's own works are now held by the Musée d'Orsay. His Man on a Balcony, Boulevard Haussmann (Homme au balcon, boulevard Haussmann) (1880), sold for more than US$14.3 million in 2000.
Available sizes and prices: size 1. 16" x 20" (40 x 50 cm) $189 size 2. 20" x 24" (50 x 60 cm) $199 size 3. 24" x 30" (60 x 75 cm) $249 size 4. 24" x 36" (60 x 90 cm) $299 size 5. 30" x 40" (75 x 100 cm) $349 size 6. 36" x 48" (90 x 120 cm) $449 size 7. 48" x 60" (120 x 150 cm) $599 size 8. 48" x 72" (120 x 180 cm) $699 size 9. 60" x 72" (150 x 180 cm) $799 Custom sizes: we can paint any size, contact us for a price quote if your desired size is not listed above.

Hand painted with oils on canvas after museum original. Our oil paintings are 100% real hand-painted paintings, on real thick canvas with real and finest quality oil paints. We do not use prints or computer generated manipulation when creating our paintings, each artwork is painted on a blank canvas from scratch. Our experienced artists paint in the same way the original paintings were created with visible textures and brush strokes. Please visit our "Completed Paintings" to see side by side examples of our reproductions next to the originals. For more details please refer to our "Oil Paintings Reproductions FAQ".
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