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Henry Moret
1856-1913年
ROCHERS À BELLE-ÎLE, ROCHERS LE PONT DONNANT
signed Henry Moret and dated 1904 (lower right)
oil on canvas
50 by 61cm., 19 5/8 by 24in.
Painted in 1904.
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This work will be included in the Catalogue raisonné being prepared by Jean-Yves Rolland.

來源

Sale: Thierry de Maigret, Paris, 22nd June 2012, lot 85
Purchased at the above sale by the present owner

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Fascinated by the sea, Henry Moret used deep colours and vigorous brushstrokes to capture its power, matched against the unyielding force of granite outcrops. Combining the aesthetics of Japanese-inspired simplicity with an undeniably Impressionist technique, Moret created landscapes that offer a magical blend of stark Modern compositions and captivating palettes.

The Post-Impressionist painter Émile Bernard wrote of Moret: ‘He was a very gentle, likeable character; a peaceable, sincere revolutionary. I lost sight of him when I left Pont-Aven […] He had turned away from our developments in Synthesis and gone over to the plein-air school of Monet […] So far from weakening his talent he had strengthened it, rejecting theories, keeping in touch with life itself, with nature’ (quoted in Wladyslawa Jaworska, Gauguin and the Pont-Aven School, London, 1972, p. 183-84.)

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