Félix Bracquemond, 1874 expo



Impressionism, a historical reconstruction:

Félix Bracquemond


at the 1st impressionist exposition in 1874

an impression of his exhibited art-works


Félix Bracquemond showed the most art-works in 1874 !
On this page you will find an accounted impression of the 33 art-works Félix Bracquemond exhibited at the 1st ‘impressionist’ exposition of 1874. In 1874 Félix Bracquemond showed 32 etchings and 1 drawing, what made him in number of exhibited works the most important artist of the 1st ‘impressionist’ exposition in 1874. Several works he had exhibited earlier at the Salon. The etchings were presented within frames (catalogue numbers 23-28), number 24 depicted 12 portraits, number 25 five copies of paintings of other artists. If you click on the first picture you can create a slideshow. On a smartphone or laptop you can also zoom in. Enjoy!


Art-works exhibited at the 1st impressionist exposition in 1874:






Many suggestions are quite certain, though mostly it is not clear which state of an etching Bracquemond showed. Sometimes I render two or more uncetain options. See my account and identification of paintings. Sometimes I render two options. The frames are compositions of my own phantasy using the accounted suggestions. My main sources for the pictures are the NYPL digital collection (=aR1=iR61), commons.wikimedia (=iR6) and Google images (iR10). See for the other sources at the bottom of the main page on Félix Bracquemond. See link for explanation of the subscriptions.
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