Year: 19th Century
Size: 75cm x 65cm
Description: Fine Large 19th Century spring landscape of an orchard, oil on canvas by Adolphe Clary-Baroux. Extensive view of the spring orchard similar to Van Gogh's Orchard series of paintings during the arrival of spring in Arles, 1888 while Clary-Baroux was a young painter that would later be influenced by Pissarro and Sisley. This work is different to most of Clary-Baroux's catalogue raison of landscape paintings. It shows a similar composition to Van Gogh's blossoms and distinctly imitates Van Gogh's expressive long brushwork in the foregrounds long grass. It suggests that Clary-Baroux was influenced by Van Gogh before his fame and may have even been painted alongside him during this period. The condition is excellent, signed and framed. Measurements: 75cm x 65cm framed approx
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