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Hippolyte Bellange (1800-1866) "Scene from military life", important oil painting, 1825/30 7500 EUR
Hippolyte Bellange (1800-1866) "Scene from military life", important oil painting, 1825/30
A scene with a captain (he bears the cross of French Royal Order of Saint Louis) and his soldiers resting at forest edge. According to their uniforms, they belong to 6th Infantry Regiment of "garde royale" from the late period of Bourbon Restoration (1825-1830). Their "regiment's dog" - a puddle - has sniffed at something eatable at the nearby grove and is sitting up to beg.
Hippolyte (Joseph-Louis-Hippolyte) Bellange (1800 Paris - 1866 Paris) began his art studies at the age of 16 in the studio of Jean-Antoine Gros (there he made acquaintance with his friend Nicolas-Toussant Charlet). In 1818 he became a member of Parisian École des Beaux-Arts, in 1824 he obtained a Medal of 2nd degree there. In 1834 he became Chevalier of the Legion of Honour, in 1861 - Chevalier of Belgian Order of Leopold. From 1837 to 1854 Bellange was conservator of the Rouen Museum.
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Creation Year: 1825/30
Measurements: UNFRAMED:50,0x61,0cm/19,7x24,0in FRAMED: 64,5x74,5cm/25,4x29,3in
Object Type: Framed oil painting
Style: Military paintings
Technique: oil on canvas
Inscription: monogrammed: H.B.
Creator: Hippolyte Bellange
Creator Dates: 1800 Paris-1866 Paris
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