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Eugene Ciceri Art

ÉTIENNE EUGÉNE CICÉRI (FRANCE, 1813–90)

Étienne Eugène Cicéristudied under his father, a well-respected French illustrator and decorator. Many of his early works were murals and theatre sets influenced by his studies with his father. In Paris, Cicéri shared living quarters with his uncle and fellow artist, Eugene Isabey, in a part of the city where Jean-François Millet, Henri Julien Félix Rousseau and Jules Dupré also lived during the same time. Later in his life, he turned to landscapes and debuted at the Salon in Paris in 1851, winning a bronze medal. Cicéri traveled and painted throughout France, particularly in the small town of Barbizon, and along the Seine and Marne Rivers. Normandy, Switzerland, Germany and North Africa were some of the other locales Cicéri painted during his travels. Cicéri's work is in the Louvre, national museums throughout France, the National Gallery in Berlin and the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles.

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Eugène Ciceri (1813 - 1890) Three small landscapes drawings signed and framed
By Eugène Ciceri
Located in Paris, FR
Eugène Ciceri (1813 - 1890) Three landscape drawings Each one signed (lower left and lower right) Pen, brown ink and brown ink wash on paper Size : 5 x 5 cm for the one framed alone ...
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1860s Realist Eugene Ciceri Art

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Ink

"Edge of the Meadow," Eugene Ciceri, oil, realist, France, Barbizon, landscape
By Eugène Ciceri
Located in Wiscasset, ME
"Edge of the Meadow" captures agrarian life in 19th century France in delicate nuances of greens in this beautifully rendered landscape oil by Barbizon School artist, Eugene Ciceri. ...
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Mid-19th Century Barbizon School Eugene Ciceri Art

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Oil, Wood Panel

View of Luz (Saint-Sauveur) France
By Eugène Ciceri
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Lovely 19th century French lithograph by Eugene Ciceri, who came from an extended family of well known artists. Ciceri's early works were primarily of landscapes from French Territor...
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19th Century Realist Eugene Ciceri Art

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Wash Day
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Barbizon School Eugene Ciceri Art

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H 9.75 in. W 16.13 in.
On the River
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