Wednesday, 23 June 2010

Emile Friant (1863 - 1932)

"Self Portrait"



"Angelus"


"Self portrait"


"Chagrin d'Enfant"


"Doleur"


"Jeune Nancienne dans un paysage de neige" 1887


"Portrait de sa mere epluchant un navet, devant une fenetre" 1887


"La petite barque"


"L'Expiation"


"La Lutte"


"La Toussaint"


"Les Souvenirs"


"Shadows" 1891


"The Lovers"


"The Prayer"


"Voyage to infinity" 1899

3 comments:

Vasco said...

Merci !
Je ne connaissais pas ce peintre pourtant français.
Je trouve que le rendu de "L'expiation" est très étonnant pour l'époque.
Ça irait très bien pour une affiche de film ou pour l'illustration d'un roman style "reader's digest".

Anne Immelé said...
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jg said...

My wife and I vacation in Italy for about 6 weeks each summer as our families are there. For two weeks of these vacations, a great of of mine and I meet up for our "mancation". A love of art often takes us to the no so mailine touristy places (basically where Americans probably won't be). It just so happened that two years ago we decided to stop in the beautiful Nancy, France. As luck would have it, we came across some works of Friant! And, Voila, here he is on your site. Thanks for the flashback!