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Eugène-Louis Boudin


Name
Eugène-Louis Boudin
Birth Year
1824
Death Year
1898
Country
France
Movement
Impressionism

Eugène-Louis Boudin Biography

Eugène-Louis Boudin, French painter, was born in Honfleur, the son of a harbor pilot. In 1835, he settled in Le Havre, where he was apprenticed to a printer. In 1838, he started to work in an art supplies store and drew in his spare time. Paintings by Couture, Millet, Troyon and other artists who visited the city were exhibited in the store. They gave young Boudin valuable help and advice. Soon he gave up the store, to dedicate himself wholeheartedly to painting. In 1847-48, he traveled to Paris, visited northern France. In 1850, he exhibited two pictures in Le Havre, after which the town granted him a three-year scholarship to study in Paris (1851-1853).


Eugène-Louis Boudin 14 Most Important Paintings and Artworks

Eugène-Louis Boudin Bibliography

Landscapes by Barbizon School. by N.Yavorskaya. Moscow. 1962.

Painting of Europe. XIII-XX centuries. Encyclopedic Dictionary. Moscow. Iskusstvo. 1999.

Eugиne Boudin, 1824-1898 by Eugиne Boudin. Editions Anthèse, 1992.

Boudin et la Normandie by Laurent Manoeuvre. Herscher, 1991.

Eugиne Boudin by Georges Jean-Aubry. New York Graphic Society, 1968.

Eugène Boudin by Georges Jean-Aubry, Robert Schmit. Ides et Calendes, 1998.