Breton, Virginie Demont
Elodie Virginie Demont-Breton Marie Thérèse, born July 26, 1859 at Courrières and died January 10, 1935 in Paris , is a painter French . Autograph Letter Signed, 04/08/1902 - 4 1/2 x 7 written in blk ink on her personal stationery with slight "age-toning" seen and a one hole punch for display. Overall, fine condition.
"Virginie Demont Breton - French - Artist Autograph Letter Signed 04/08/1902 - Van Gogh painted a work of the engraving Man at Sea made by Virginie Demont-Breton, daughter of Jules Breton. Her engraving was exhibited at the Salon of 1889.9 The picture depicts, almost entirely in shades of violet, a peaceful scene of a mother sitting by a fire with her baby on her lap."
The first period has mainly portraits and historical or mythical treated academic and realistic. After his discovery of Wissant , his paintings, sometimes monumental endeavor to paint the life of fishermen and take a more social tone. It crunches the environmental fishermen, their families and children Wissant amid waves or raging sea .
Some of his works are exhibited in museums in Amiens, Arras, Boulogne-sur-Mer, Calais, Douai, Lille, Paris, Amsterdam, Antwerp and Ghent.
- The Tormented, painting, Palais des Beaux-Arts de Lille
- Young woman carrying a child, drawing, Louvre Department of Graphic Arts
- Portrait of Louis Breton, paint 1890, Museum of the Chartreuse de Douai
- Seamen, presented out of competition at the show in 1898
- In the blue water, living in 1898
- First Audacity - first thrill, living in 1900