Eugene Henri Cauchois (1850–1911), "Fresh Flowers", Original oil painting(193 views)
Description: Eugene Henri Cauchois (1850–1911), "Fresh Flowers", Original oil painting, signed lower right, framed. This magnificent work captures an abundant bouquet of freshly picked roses and summer flowers gathered on a hillside. -- (b Rouen, France, 1850; d Paris, France, 1911) French painter, Cauchois studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris; where he was taught by Ferdinand Duboc and Alexandre Cabannel. Cauchois work focuses primarily on still lifes of flowers; but also features fruits, gardens, an occasional landscape, vases, clocks, and other various objects from the home. In 1874 he had his first painting in an exhibition at the Salon. In 1890, he was elected a member of the Societe des Artistes Francais. From the late 1890s into the early 1900s he won three medals: third place, a bronze and second place.
Condition Report: Excellent
Provenance: 1999 Kurt E. Schon Gallery, New Orleans
Dimensions: 26"X37" unframed, 41" x 51" framed
Artist or Maker: Eugene Henri Cauchois
Medium: Oil on Canvas