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A Winter Town Scene with Figures on a Frozen River

REF
215404
Height
137.16 cm (54")
Width
186.436 cm (73 1/2")


Mallebranche was born in Caens on 3 September 1790. He was a painter and lithographer who worked with the genre and history painter Pierre Nolasque Bergeret, who had himself studied under David, and also with Joseph Eusebe Prevot who painted scenes of the Seine and the surrounding landscape of Paris.

He showed at the Paris Salon between 1812 and 1838, and exhibited in Luxembourg in 1830. Mallebranche’s specialty was autumn and winter scene and, in particular, the depiction of snow effects.

Museums where examples of his work can be seen include Versailles, ‘Military Convoy, effect of Snow and Sun,’ Niort, ‘Winter in the Pyrennes,’ Nice, ‘Snow Effect, Bernay, ‘Winter Landscape.’

Mallebranche died in Caens 4th November 1838

Height
137.16 cm (54")
Width
186.436 cm (73 1/2")
More Information
Year 1790 - 1838
Medium Oil on canvas
Country France
Signed signed and dated 1834
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