18thC. French landscapes / J.J. De Boissieu

Lyon               Pariset               J.G. Wille               Jean Jacques              De Boissieu               Paris

Jean-Jacques De Boissieu (1736-1810)

Painter engraver from France - Lyon who made a remarkable oeuvre during his long career. Arthur Hind was very promising about him and not without reason. His technique was renewing by the use of thin china paper on a woven backing witch allowed the printing of very fine lines. His style was very personal and his work is impressive by quality, format and subject.

As the son of a medical doctor he worked first in the atelier of Charles Frontier and made fabrique like drawings but then was allowed to make his own work drawn after life. Engaged by the Parisian publisher Pariset he published his first group of landscape etchings in 1758. It was J.G. Wille who invited him to Paris to work with him and their he met also Greuze, Vernet, Watelet.... With some other artists he went to Italy for some years and then returned to Lyon. Besides an artist he was also Tresorier de France.

Larger landscapes by De Boissieu

28,50 by 38 cm
dated 1774 : Cattle in a River

29 by 38 cm
dated 1774 : Le Moulin de Ruysdael

These impression are on Chine-Collé (China paper pasted on woven)

From a set of landscapes made around 1763

Le couvert de bois - N.86        Cl. Lorrain Pinx / Lever de Soleil - N.88 Dated 1763 - Vestiges d'auquaduct - N.90
dated 1763 - Religieux près d'un chauffeur sur un chemin au bout duquel est une charette - N.91
dated 1763 - Paysan sur un bouniquet - N.93

Strong impressions on nice French laid paper with letterbar watermark
Measures 18 by 24,50 cm
The print is under a museum matting and has a collection stamp

All these works are available for purchase.
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