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Girardet Jules (1856 - 1946)

A famous French and Swiss artist. Born in Versailles. He studied at the School of Fine Arts in Paris under the guidance of O. Cabanel. Since 1876 his works were regularly exhibited in Paris salons. He received recognition as a master of gallant scenes and landscapes due to his elegance and lightness of brushwork. He created many lithographs of his own canvases. Author of decorative panels for the halls of the Great Council (legislative body) in Neuch_tel (Switzerland) and many other works of monumental painting. His works are presented in the Rath Museum (Le Mus_e Rath) in Geneva, the Art Museums of Nantes, Bern and Quimper (France).

Painters works:

Auction 18 Lot 145

«The first parade of Napoleon II, the King of Rome»,
late 19thC
paper, lithography, watercolor; 3044,5

Price: 1 500 2 000 $

Auction 14 Lot 162

«Tuileries Garden», IInd quarter 20thC
canvas, oil; 5061

Price: 10 000 12 000 $

Auction 13 Lot 145

A pair of «Tuilerie Garden» and View of the Louvre, 1937
cardboard, gouache; 3850 and 40,550,5

Price: 12 000 15 000 $

Auction 25 Lot 161

«The First Parade of Napoleon II King of Rome», the end of the nineteenth century.
paper, lithography, watercolor, 30x44,5

Price: 24 000 - 30 000 uah