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Marie Bracquemond (1841-1916)

Account expositions

 

Introduction:

Here you will find an account of the pictures Marie Bracquemond showed at the ‘impressionist’ expositions of 1879, 80 and 86 and at the Salon.

 

The 4th ‘impressionist’ exposition 1879:

GENERAL OVERVIEW:
  • catalogue numbers 1+2
  • so in total Marie Bracquemond exhibited 2 works ;
    • 0x an indication of place
    • 0x an indication of time, season or weather
    • 0x a study
    • 1x a loan (no. 1)
  • Moffett (R2,p266+487) refers to the figures no. 13-17 in the catalogue of Joel Isaacson: ‘the crises in Impressionism, 1878-1882’ (University of Michigan, Museum of Art) as options of what Marie Bracquemond did show at the 4th exposition.
THE CATALOGUE NUMBERS:

1879-1            Les Muses des Arts (Carton ayant servi pour une peinture sur faïence) ; appartient à M. Haviland
Eng.: The muse of the Arts (cardboard which was used for a painting on earthenware / faience).

1879-2            Un plat de faïence (peinture maté)
Eng.: a plate of earthenware / faience (mate picture)

 

The 5th ‘impressionist’ exposition 1880:

GENERAL OVERVIEW:
  • catalogue numbers 1-3
  • Moffett (R2,p310+317) indicates that Marie Bracquemond also showed a work that was not in the catalogue (=hors catalogue = hc)
  • so in total Marie Bracquemond exhibited 4 works ;
    • 1x an indication of place
    • 0x an indication of time, season or weather
    • 1x a study (no. 3)
    • 0x a loan
  • Note: on the poster (R2,p296) for the 5th ‘impressionist’ exposition the name Bracquemond was just one time mentioned, possibly more referring to her husband Félix than to here. The other two partaken women (Cassatt and Morisot) were also absent on the poster.
THE CATALOGUE NUMBERS:

1880-1             Portrait
Moffett (R2,p310+316) indicates this work is now known as ‘La dame en blanc’ (The woman in white), which is now in Musée de Cambrai.

1880-2             L’Hirondelle
Eng.: the swallow
Moffett doesn’t give a suggestion.

1880-3             étude d’après nature
Moffett (R2,p310) suggests this work was perhaps illustrated in ‘La Vie Moderne’ (1880/04/24; no. 264) or (1880/05/01; no.276).

1880-3+hc      Sur la terrasse à Sèvres
Moffett (R2,p310+317) suggests this work perhaps now is ‘Sur la terrasse à Sèvres’ (La terrasse de la villa Brancas), which is now in the Petit Palais in Geneva.

 

The 8th ‘impressionist’ exposition 1886:

GENERAL OVERVIEW:
  • catalogue numbers 1-6
  • so in total Marie Bracquemond exhibited 6 works ;
    • 0x an indication of place
    • 0x an indication of time, season or weather
    • 0x a study
    • 0x a loan
THE CATALOGUE NUMBERS:

1886-1                  Jeune filles (carton fusain)
Eng.: young girls (charcoal on cardboard). Moffett (R2,p443) doesn’t give a suggestion.

1886-2                  Portrait de jeune garçon
Eng.: portrait of a young boy. Moffett (R2,p443) doesn’t give a suggestion.

1886-3                  Les joueuses de jaquet
Eng.: the players of ‘jaquet’. Moffett (R2,p443) doesn’t give a suggestion.

1886-4                  Portrait de M. F. Bracquemond
Moffett (R2,p443+448) suggests the painting that is now known as ‘Portrait de Félix Bracquemond dans son atelier’ (Portrait of Félix Bracquemond in his studio), which is now in a private collection in Paris. He refers to number 57 in the exhibition catalogue of Jean-Paul Bouillon ‘Félix et Marie Bracquemond’ (Mortagne-Chartres, 1972).

1886-5                  Cueilleuse de pommes (aquarelle)
Eng.: a woman plucking apples (watercolour). Moffett (R2,p443) doesn’t give a suggestion.

1886-6                  Dans le jardin (Aquarelle)
Eng.: In the garden (watercolour). Moffett (R2,p443) doesn’t give a suggestion.

 

 

Marie Bracquemond at the Salon:

In 1874, 75,  her adres was: à Sèvres (Seine-et-Oise), rue de Brancas, 3 bis, villa Bruncas, 11 (iR1,n/214178).

 

S1874-249 Marguerite
A portrait.

S1875-287 La lecture