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Le Palais des Doges, Venice, circa 1906

19th Century
19th Century
5 3/4 x 7 3/8 in. (14.6 x 18.7 cm)

Henri Le Sidaner, French, (1862–1939)

Object Type: PAINTINGS
Creation Place: Europe, France
Medium and Support: Oil on Panel
Credit Line: Gift of Richard M. Thune
Accession Number: 91-P-390
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Le Sidaner trained with the academic painter Alexandre Cabanel but went on to work in an intimiste, symbolist style that was also influenced by Neo-Impressionism. He was especially known for creating still, urban landscapes devoid of human figures. This small study employs the distinct pointillist dots of complementary colors that were a hallmark of Neo-Impressionism. Le Sidaner traveled to Venice in 1905 and thereafter created several views of Venice like this one of the Ducal Palace. In a practical and imaginative move, he utilized a cigar case as the panel upon which he painted.
Current Location: Art Museum : 19 C Gallery

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