Meyer, pictures

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Alfred (-Bernard) Meyer (1832-1904)




Pictures of Alfred Meyer are rare:

Pictures of Alfred Meyer are hard to be found. In books on Impressionism I could find none. The-athenaeum (iR2) and Wikimedia (iR6) offer also none. I had to find the pictures on very different websites, see the additional references on the main page about Alfred Meyer. I could find no work that Meyer could have exhibited in 1874 at the 1st ‘impressionist’ exposition or at the Salon. Here below I show what I could find, to give an impression of the works of Meyer. Also I render some original paintings that Meyer did copy, see account.


Meyer, 1865ca, Cabinet, including an enamel portrait of Julius Caesar by Meyer, xx, MAD Paris. Compare S1866-2412.

Alfred Meyer, 1866, Enamel painting with grotesques and foliate forms, gilded, enamel on porcelain, Sèvres, xx, VAM London (iR35;iR10)


Alfred-Bernard Meyer: 1892, Allegory of the French Republic, painted enamel copper partly gilt d20cm, Metropolitan (iR10)

Alfred Meyer: 1892, St Jean de la Croix, enamel on copper, 38×20, A20110317 (aR6) S1892-82


Alfred Meyer: 1867-70ca, enamel miniature of Maria de Medici (detail), 10×8, A2010/12/10 (iR10;iR14)

Alfred Meyer: 1860ca, Apollo with Lyre, after Emile Lévy, broche enamel painting , xx, A2016/06/02 (iR81). Compare S1865-2660.

Alfred Meyer: 1870ca, British neo-classic enamelled brooch, with an enamel plaque in grisaille technique, xx, xx (iR10)


Bernard-Alfred Meyer, 1867, portrait d’homme (after Antonello de Messine), email paint, 46×40, MAD Paris (aR5) Compare S1867-1945 +S1875-2560.


Alfred Meyer, 1874, La Cigale et la fourmi, dr wc, 21×15, A2014/03/26 (iR11;iR41) Compare S1876-2751


Original paintings copied by Alfred Meyer:

Watteau, 1717, Pilgrimage to Cythera, 129×194 Louvre (iR2) see S1875-2562