Rouart pictures exhibited

 

 

Impressionism: a historical reconstruction

Henri Rouart

(1833-1912)

an accounted impression of his

exhibited pictures

 

Introduction:
What pictures are known of Henri Rouart? What pictures did he show at the 7 ‘impressionist’ expositions and at the Salon? On this page you will find an accounted impression of the pictures that Henri Rouart exhibited. Many suggestions are (very) uncertain or just given to compare. Many suggestions are also interchangeable, see the thematical overview of his pictures. See link for explanation of the subscriptions and my account. For info on the sources see at the bottom of this page and the main page about Henri Rouart.

 

Henri Rouart at the Salon 1868 – 1873:
Henri Rouart exhibited at the the Salon in 1868 + 69 + 70 + 72. In 1873 he exhibited at the Salon des Refusés.

 

Henri Rouart at the 1st ‘impressionist’ exposition in 1874:
In 1874 Rouart exhibited 11 works, including 3 watercolours and 2 etchings at the 1st ‘impressionist’ exposition (catalogue numbers 148-158). Most works were landscape or village views.

 

Henri Rouart at the 2nd ‘impressionist’ exposition in 1876:
In 1876 Rouart exhibited 10 works, including 2 ink drawings at the 2nd ‘impressionist’ exposition (catalogue numbers 227-236). Most works were landscapes or village views.

 

Henri Rouart at the 3rd ‘impressionist’ exposition in 1877:
In 1877 Rouart exhibited 6 works, including 1 work outside the catalogue (=hc) at the third ‘impressionist’ exposition (catalogue numbers 206-210+hc).  Most works were landscapes or village views.

 

 

Henri Rouart at the 4th ‘impressionist’ exposition in 1879:
In 1879 at the 4th ‘impressionist’ exposition Rouart exhibited 23 works, including 14 drawings (according to the catalogue), but probably partly were made of sepia and/or watercolours (catalogue numbers 205-227). Most works were landscapes or village views.

 

Henri Rouart at the 5th ‘impressionist’ exposition in 1880:
In 1880 at the 5th ‘impressionist’ exposition Rouart exhibited 12 works, including 8 watercolours made in Venice (catalogue numbers 181-192).

 

Henri Rouart at the 6th ‘impressionist’ exposition in 1881:
In 1881 at the 6th ‘impressionist’ exposition Rouart exhibited 15 works, many made in Brittany and the French Riviera (catalogue numbers 125-139).

 

Henri Rouart at the 8th ‘impressionist’ exposition in 1886:
In 1886 at the 8th ‘impressionist’ exposition Rouart exhibited 27 works, including 23 watercolours, 11 of them made in Venice (catalogue numbers 139-165).

 

Sources:
In books on Impressionism you can hardly find one picture of Rouart. On the internet several pictures can be found. There are just a few pictures of Rouart in musea, namely in the Musée d’Orsay (=M1), Musée Marmottan (=M2), Musée des beaux-arts in Pau (=M170) and the Kunstmuseum in Winterthur (=M87). Many pictures are still within the family (R92,p9).
Here above I render the pictures I found on the internet and in books adding the sources where I found them. All pictures did I rework in a way I think it was appropriate. I will render the dates of my sources; when different dates are given, the catalogue of Rey (R92) is leading; I also render dates deduced from other known dates; in this way I sometimes overrule the dates given by my used sources. When the work was shown at the 2012 exhibition in the Marmottan, I will refer to the catalogue of Rey (R92).  When the work was shown at the 2014/15 exhibition in Nancy, I will add ‘N2014’. When the work was shown at the 2015 exhibition in Yerres, I will add ‘Y2015′. Sometimes it’s not sure if a work really is made by Henri Rouart, than I will render an ‘?’ behind his initiales: HR?. Sometimes I will also add some notes.
See link for my account. For info on the sources see at the bottom of the main page about Henri Rouart.

 

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