Carolus-Duran

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Carolus-Duran

99 artworks

French Academic Classical, Academic painter, painter and teacher

Born 7/4/1837 - Died 2/17/1917

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Margaret Anderson, The Honourable Mrs Ronald, Later Dame Margaret, Greville, DBE

1891

Oil on canvas

205.5 x 99 cms | 80 3/4 x 38 3/4 ins

Polesden Lacey - National Trust, Great Bookham, United Kingdom

HD

A Portrait of Helena Modjeska Chlapowski

Oil on canvas

190.5 x 105.4 cms | 75 x 41 1/4 ins

Private collection, ,

HD

Mrs. William Astor

1890

Oil on canvas

Metropolitan Museum of Art, Manhattan, United States

HD

Portrait of Emily Warren Roebling

circa 1896

Oil on canvas

226.1 x 120.7 cms | 89 x 47 1/2 ins

The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, United States

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Portrait of Madame Marie Clerc

1874

Oil on canvas

139.8 x 92.6 cms | 55 x 36 1/4 ins

La dame au gant - Portrait de Mme Carolus-Duran, née Pauline Croizette

The Lady with the Glove - Portrait of Mrs Carolus-Duran, née Pauline Croizette

1869

Oil on canvas

228 x 164 cms | 89 3/4 x 64 1/2 ins

Musee d'Orsay, Paris, France

HD

Portrait of a Woman

Oil on canvas

73 x 63 cms | 28 1/2 x 24 3/4 ins

Metropolitan Museum of Art, Manhattan, United States

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CAROLUS-DURAN, the name adopted by the French painter Charles-Auguste-Emile Durand (1837-1917), who was born at Lille on the 4th of July 1837. He studied at the Lille Academy and then went to Paris, and in 1861 to Italy and Spain for further study, especially devoting himself to the pictures of Velazquez. His subject picture Murdered, or The Assassination (1866), was one of his first successes, and is now in thLille museum, but he became best known afterwards as a portrait painter, and as the head of one of the principal ateliers in Paris, where some of the most brilliant artists of a later generation were his pupils [such as the great American portrait painter, John Singer Sargent]. His Lady with the Glove (1869), a portrait of his own wife, was bought for the Luxembourg. In 1889 he was made a commander of the Legion of Honor. He became a member of the Academie des Beaux-arts in 1904, and in the next year was appointed director of the French academy at Rome in succession to Eugene Guillaume.

Source: Entry on the artist in the 1911 Edition Encyclopedia.