Artist Albert de Belleroche: Portrait of a woman, c.1885

Artist Albert de Belleroche (1864-1944): Portrait of a woman, c.1885

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Albert de Belleroche (1864-1944):
Portrait of a woman, c.1885
Framed (ref: 2667)

Signed on the reverse

Oil on canvas (stamped Paul Foinet),

20.1 x 16.1 in. (51 x 41 cm)

See all works by Albert de Belleroche oil portraits women 1.Belleroche 1.PORTRAIT OF AN ARTIST

Provenance: The Artist's own collection

Literature: Llewellyn, Sacha, and Paul Liss. Portrait of an Artist. Liss Llewellyn, 2021, p.92.

Praising one of Albert de Belleroche's paintings of a life model, Brangwyn wrote: That, in my opinion, is one of the finest examples of flesh painting that I have ever seen; it is not paint but real flesh’. Theses life studies by Albert de Belleroche date to his period of training under Carolus-Duran (1837-1917). The palette used, with subtle modulated flesh tones set against rich and contrasting background colours, especially dark reds, are typical of Carolus-Duran’s signature portraits of the Belle Epoch. It was during this period that Belleroche met John Singer Sargent, who was to become a life long friend, and with whom he shared studios in Paris and London.

In a black and gold moulded ripple frame.