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Société d'aquarellistes français

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Société d'aquarellistes français
a yellowed paper cover with red and black text
Cover of the catalogue of the twelfth exhibition of the Société d'aquarellistes français, Paris, 1890
Formation1879
Dissolved1896
Typeartistic association

The Société d'aquarellistes français (English: Society of French Watercolourists), often in uncontracted form as Société des aquarellistes français, was an association of painters in watercolour in nineteenth-century France. It held annual exhibitions of works by members; the first of these was held in the gallery of Paul Durand-Ruel at 16 rue Laffitte, Paris, in 1879.[1][2] The society ceased to be active in 1896.[3]

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Members

Jules-Ferdinand Jacquemart, Les Platanes en Hiver, Route de Nice, shown in the first exhibition of the Société d'aquarellistes français in 1879
Jules-Ferdinand Jacquemart, Les Platanes en Hiver, Route de Nice, shown in the first exhibition of the Société d'aquarellistes français in 1879

In 1879, the honorary members of the society were:[2]

In 1879, the ordinary members were:[2]

By 1890 the membership had expanded to include:[4]

References

  1. ^ Eric Hazan, David Fernbach (trans.) (2011). The Invention of Paris: A History in Footsteps. London; New York: Verso Books. ISBN 9781844678006. Accessed September 2013.
  2. ^ a b c [s.n.] (1879). Société d'aquarellistes français: Première exposition; rue Laffitte, 16: Catalogue (in French). Paris: Imprimerie de D. Jouaust.
  3. ^ Notice d'autorité collectivité: Société d'aquarellistes français (in French). Bibliothèque nationale de France.
  4. ^ [s.n.] (1890). Société d'aquarellistes français: Douzième exposition; rue de Sèze, 8: Catalogue (in French). Paris: Imprimerie de Ch. Gillot.
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