Jean François Raffaëlli  (French, 1850-1924) 

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Jean François Raffaëlli, Les Champs Elysees

 

Jean François Raffaëlli
Les Champs Elysees
Daphne Alazraki Fine Art
Jean François Raffaëlli, Un Philosophe (Cheminot dans la neige)

 

Jean François Raffaëlli
Un Philosophe (Cheminot dans la neige)
Stair Sainty Gallery
Jean François Raffaëlli, Notre Dame du boulevard Quai des Grands Augustins

 

Jean François Raffaëlli
Notre Dame du boulevard Quai des Grands Augustins
Trinity House
Jean François Raffaëlli, Église et place animée

 

Jean François Raffaëlli
Église et place animée
Kunsthandel Ivo Bouwman BV
Jean François Raffaëlli, Un Philosophe (Cheminot dans la neige)

 

Jean François Raffaëlli
Un Philosophe (Cheminot dans la neige)
Stair Sainty Gallery
Jean François Raffaëlli, The Harbor, Genoa

 

Jean François Raffaëlli
The Harbor, Genoa
circa 1890

Thomas Colville Fine Art, LLC
Jean François Raffaëlli, La Fumee du Bateau

 

Jean François Raffaëlli
La Fumee du Bateau
1911

Harris Schrank Fine Prints
Jean François Raffaëlli, Le Jardin de la Vieille Fille

 

Jean François Raffaëlli
Le Jardin de la Vieille Fille
1894

Galerie Michael
Jean François Raffaëlli, Le marchand d’habits

 

Jean François Raffaëlli
Le marchand d’habits
Galerie Michael
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Jean François Raffaëlli, La rentrée des chiffonniers

 

Jean François Raffaëlli
La rentrée des chiffonniers, 1879
oil on canvas

 

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Jean François Raffaëlli, Terrassier de la Plaine Saint-Denis

 

Jean François Raffaëlli
Terrassier de la Plaine Saint-Denis, 1896
color lithograph

 

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Jean François Raffaëlli, Nice--La Vieille Ville

 

Jean François Raffaëlli
Nice--La Vieille Ville
watercolor and pencil on paper

 

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  Jean Francois Raffaelli was born in Paris into a bourgeois family in which he enjoyed a privileged childhood until the age of fourteen when a reversal of his father's business fortunes forced him to seek employment. He held a series of jobs before being placed, unwillingly, in a commercial house as a book-keeper at the age of sixteen. While working there, he began to visit the Louvre and to spend his sundays in the Musée du Luxembourg. His initial artistic interest was in drawing, and as he developed this passion, he gave up his job and supported himself by singing in theatres and churches.
  Although he had received no formal training, one of his landscapes was accepted by the Salon Jury in 1870, and the following year he enroled at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, where he studied in the studio of for three months. For the first period of his artistic development, Raffaelli turned to Corot, Roybet, Gérôme and Fortuny, painting mainly landscapes and historical costume pieces, but suddenly and without apparent warning he produced a powerful portrait of a Breton peasant family in 1876 La famille de Jean le Boiteux. This was exhibited at the 1877 Salon and heralded a new phase in the artist's career.
  Raffaelli was one of the young artists who gathered around Degas at the Cafe de la Nouvelle-Athènes, and through the older painter's influence, Raffaelli was invited to exhibit with the Impressionists in 1880 and 1881. During the late 1870s and the 1880s, he painted many aspects of the rapidly expanding suburbs of Paris, frequently portraying the types of people, such as rag-pickers and garlic-sellers, who were being made redundant by the onset of urbanisation. During the 90s, he moved back into the centre of Paris and began to concentrate largely on views of the capital, Parisian monuments, boulevards, and later, views of the countryside and seaports, such as this painting of La Rochelle which is typical of this phase of his career.
  An independent exhibition of Raffaelli's work was held in 1884 and five years later, he was awarded the Legion d'honneur. He visited New York in 1895 and again in 1897 and he is well represented in Museums both in the United States and in France.


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