Painters Paintings Marie-François Firmin-Girard (1838-1921): Le Jardin de la Marraine, 1875, oil on…
Painters Work Marie-François Firmin-Girard (1838-1921): Le Jardin de la Marraine, 1875, oil on canvas, 101.6 x 69.2 (40 x 27 1/four in.)
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Firmin-Girard appeared significantly keen on autumn landscapes, and within the current work contrasts the smooth yellow-oranges of fallen leaves and the purple-brown of the panorama with the colourful, closing blooms of the backyard. Capturing the chilly season invitations the artist to color, with high-quality element, the wealthy textures within the topics’ costumes: crushed velvet, kid-leather gloves, and fur muff.
Works like Le jardin de la marraine additional established the artist’s popularity for creating elaborately detailed scenes of life in the course of the Belle Époque.