Critiques des salons

La Promenade après la moisson (The Reapers)

La Promenade après la moisson (The Reapers)

Identifiant

P1860-27

Titre

La Promenade après la moisson (The Reapers)

Technique

Huile sur toile

Signature

Sgné et daté en bas à droite Jules Breton 1860

Dimensions

74,9 x 111,7 cm. (29 1/2 x 44 in.)

Localisation

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow, UK, Reg. N°3396

Source

Lettres de Jules Breton à Boniface Breton des 13 et 14 avril 1860

Provenance

Artiste à Gambart, Londres, 1860
Vente,, Christie’s, Londres, 4 mai 1861, lot 296
Comte de Grosvenor, marquis de Westminster
Par descendance 
Vente Sotheby’s, Londres, 15 juin 1982, lot 42
Pyms Gallery, Londres
The Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum, 1984

Expositions

The exhibition of French pictures, Flemish, French Gallery, Londres, 1860, n°296, p.125,
International Exhibition, Londres, 1873, n°1024, p.217 (as Girl in a Cornfield)
North Wales Art Treasures Exhibition, Londres, West Ham, 1898, n°597
Free Pictures Exhibition, Londres, North Ham, 1898, n°210 
Jules Breton and the French Rural Tradition, Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska in association with The Arts Publisher, Inc., New York, 1982, Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Memphis, Tennessee, Sterling and Francine Clark Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts, 1983, n°12, p.72 ; ill.p.73
Autumn Anthology, An exhibition of British, French and Irish Paintings, Londres, Pyms gallery, 26 octobre-25 novembre 1983, n°3
Masterpieces of French 19th Century Art from the Collections of Glasgow Museums, Isetan Museum of Art, Tokyo, 13 janvier-14 février 1994, Matsuzakaya Art Museum, Nagoya, 3 mars-10 avril, Daimaru Museum, Umeda, Ozaka, 20 avril-16 mai, Kumamoto Prefectural Museum, 20 mai-26 juin, 1994, n°18, pp.72-73
The Birth of Impressionism from Constable to Monet, Glasgow, Mc Lellan Galleries, 23 Mai-7 Septembre 1997, p.28?
Millet to Matisse: nineteenth and twentieth century French painting from Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Glasgowtouring exhibition organized jointly by Glasgow Museums and the American Federation of Arts, 2002, n°6, pp.66,181, ill.p.67

Bibliographie

N.s., « The Exhibition of French Pictures », The Art Journal, 1 Avril 1860, p.125
The Times, 6 mai 1861, p.9
Mc Conkey, K., in Rural and Urban Images: an exhibition of British and French paintings, 1870-1920, Londres, Pyms Gallery, 24 Octobre- 30 novembre 1984, p.8, fig.1
Donald, A. French paintings and drawings illustrated summary catalogue, Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow, 1985, ill. p.27 et en couverture.
N.s., « Loans and acquisitions at Glasgow Art Gallery », Burlington Magazine, novembre 1986, p.855, n°100, ill.
Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum, the building and the collection, Glasgow, 1987, p.130, fig.15, p.132
Jules Breton (1827-1906), La Chanson des Blés, Arras, Musée des Beaux-Arts, 6 mars-2 juin 2002, Quimper, Musée des Beaux-Arts, 15 juin-8 septembre 2002, Dublin, National gallery, 25 septembre-15 décembre 2002, p.105, fig.28
Morris E.,  « The sculpture collections at Eaton Hall, Cheshire, 1820-1914 », Sculpture Journal, vol.19-1, 2010, p.70
Maddra, S., Meacock, J., Pearson,L., Oil paintings in public ownership in Glasgow Museums, Londres, 2013, p.46, ill.

Date : 1860

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