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Franck-Antoine Bail
(1852 - Paris - 1924)

“Still life with tomatoes and a copper kettle”

Oil on canvas
55 x 65 cm
signed (l.l.)
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Notes

The eldest son of Antoine-Jean Bail, a painter from Lyon, Franck-Antoine, like his father and his younger brother Joseph, painted genre scenes, still lifes, landscapes from the region around Fontainebleau. He also completed portraits for which he gained a solid reputation. He studied with his father Antoine-Jean Bail (1830-1918) and in the atelier of Jean-Léon Gérôme, and began exhibiting at the Salon des Artistes Français in 1878. He received an honorable mention at the Salon in 1889, a third class medal in 1900, and a second medal in 1904. Perhaps not as well-known as his brother Joseph, his reputation is nonetheless well established among the genre painters of the latter part of the nineteenth-century.

Provenance

From a private European collection

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