The ‘impressionist’ expositions
1874 – 1886
At the 8 ‘impressionist’ expositions held from 1874-1886 in Paris there were sometimes techniques used that can’t be catagorised as oil painting, aquarelle, pastel, drawing, engraving, sculpture or fan. All these art-works made with other techniques you will find on this page. In 1874 notably Meyer showed 5 enamel art-works. Note: If you double click on the first picture and then click on full screen, you can create a slideshow. On a smartphone or laptop you can also zoom in. Enjoy!
In 1874 some partakers used other techniques: Alfred Meyer showed 5 enamel art-works (nos.87-91). Léon Ottin exhibited a curtain made for a theater (no.132). So in total there were 6 art-works exhibited made with mixed techniques, about 3% of the total amount of art-works. In 1879 Marie Bracquemond showed x and Forain 2 screens? In 1881 …
Note: the given suggestions vary from certain (=!), to almost certain (=?!), to uncertain (=?), to very uncertain (=??), to most uncertain (=???), to compare (=compare:) another work of the artist, to compare with a similar work from another artist or even a photo. Sometimes I have no suggestion at all. See the accounts of the partaking artists in the left menu (or at the bottom).
My main sources are the catalogues of the 8 ‘impressionist’ expositions as rendered by Moffett (1986=R2), Berson (1996=R90I) and the Salon database (iR1). See the link for other general References (=Rx) and to the internet references (=iRx). See links for practical hints and abbreviations and for the subscription of the paintings.
Recommanded citation: “The ‘impressionist’ expositions 1874-1886: Other techniques, an overview. Last modified 2023/09/20. https://www.impressionism.nl/expos-1874-86-other-techniques/”