Fall 1887 – Vincent organizes an exposition for the painters of the “petit” boulevard at Grand Bouillon restaurant

Fall 1887 – Vincent organizes an exposition for the painters of the “petit” boulevard at Grand Bouillon restaurant

24 October C. Eragny Pissarro works and shall inform Lucien, while in Paris, he sends three new canvases to Theo (BH, p. 209) It is to this. Vincent date dedicating to Lucien Pissarro one of his last paintings Still Life, basket of apples (cat # 59.) Ninth Exhibition of the Central Union of Decorative Arts;. S. Bing presents showcases devoted to the history of decorative arts in Japan and China. Vincent assiduously frequent the store Bing and his home for the last quarter of 1887 and all Fhiver 1888. He continues to add to his collection of Japanese prints (ZT 510, 511). •

November Signac is back in Paris. Vincent advises Bernard I’d be more tolerant of pointillist artists and Signac in bind. He promises to do everything to make the exhibition a success iietée (5 l). Opening the exposiUon of the “Petit Boulevard” at the Grand Bouillon, Restau ant “the” Chalet, 45 Avenue de Clichy ^ (by E. Bernard: one hundred works by Vincent Bernard, Anquetin, Lautrec, “AH Roning and perhaps Guillaumin). y ^ Bernard and Anquetin nd’son first table a study. Guillaumin and visit the exhibition. SeuTatva’également see the exhibition. He met Vincent van Gogh for the first time. ii ^ ‘dre ~ return of Martinique sees exposure JetrBouÌevard “. It exchanges with Vincent tables <T ^ ^ nltRus eÏlvoit probably the exhibition. He leaves Cormon iït’eiie ^ and plans to go to Belle-Ile.

November 10-December 20 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^^ sitionde’quatre-twenty-two paintings and drawings by Pu ^ deC’havannes the Durand-Ruel gallery. VinœnFvisite Pwis the exhibition Chavannes. Frank Boggs is back in Paris.

November 21 Theo buys Renoir painting on the terrace the next day and sells the “merchant-amateur” Guyotin (ANNEX Theo). The same day he bought three paintings of Sisley also sells it the next day at Guyotin. ‘Décenibre December 9 Theo buys a painting by Guillaumin for home Boussod and Valadon (ANNEX Theo).

December 13 Portier Theo sold a Monet painting. Theo Ie resells four days later Guyotin (ANNEX Theo). Vincent exhibits at least one table Voyer d’Argenson Park àAsnières, lovers (cat no. 55) to the rehearsal hall of the Free Theatre Antoine, 96, Rue Blanche; Seurat and Signac will also show works (late November-December to Jan. 1888). Anquetin, Seurat, Signac, Camille and Lucien Pissarro, etc. exhibit in the salons of The Independent Review (déc.janv.). Seurat and Aman-Jean will probably see Vincent home to speak with an array (W-0, p. 4l).

December 1888-5 January 1889 Exhibition of two hundred eighty-two etchings, paintings, fans, drawings, watercolors, colored prints of Henri Guérard, Berheim-Jeune gallery (with prints, fans, etc. of Japanese S. Bing collections, Ph. Burty, L. and H. Gonse Cernuschi).

 


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Still Life with Basket of Apples (to Lucien Pissaro)

24 October C. Eragny Pissarro works and shall inform Lucien, while in Paris, he sends three new canvases to Theo (BH, p. 209) It is to this. Vincent date dedicating to Lucien Pissarro one of his last paintings Still Life, basket of apples (cat # 59.) Ninth Exhibition of the Central Union of Decorative Arts;. S. Bing presents showcases devoted to the history of decorative arts in Japan and China. Vincent assiduously frequent the store Bing and his home for the last quarter of 1887 and all Fhiver 1888. He continues to add to his collection of Japanese prints (ZT 510, 511). • November Signac is back in Paris. Vincent advises Bernard I’d be more tolerant of pointillist artists and Signac in bind. He promises to do everything to make the exhibition a success iietée (5 l). Opening the exposiUon of the “Petit Boulevard” at the Grand Bouillon, Restau ant “the” Chalet, 45 Avenue de Clichy ^ (by E. Bernard: one hundred works by Vincent Bernard, Anquetin, Lautrec, “AH Roning and perhaps Guillaumin). y ^ Bernard and Anquetin nd’son first table a study. Guillaumin and visit the exhibition. SeuTatva’également see the exhibition. He met Vincent van Gogh for the first time. ii ^ ‘dre ~ return of Martinique sees exposure JetrBouÌevard “. It exchanges with Vincent tables <T ^ ^ nltRus eÏlvoit probably the exhibition. He leaves Cormon iït’eiie ^ and plans to go to Belle-Ile. November 10-December 20 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^^ sitionde’quatre-twenty-two paintings and drawings by Pu ^ deC’havannes the Durand-Ruel gallery. VinœnFvisite Pwis the exhibition Chavannes. Frank Boggs is back in Paris. November 21 Theo buys Renoir painting on the terrace the next day and sells the “merchant-amateur” Guyotin (ANNEX Theo). The same day he bought three paintings of Sisley also sells it the next day at Guyotin. ‘Décenibre December 9 Theo buys a painting by Guillaumin for home Boussod and Valadon (ANNEX Theo). December 13 Portier Theo sold a Monet painting. Theo Ie resells four days later Guyotin (ANNEX Theo). Vincent exhibits at least one table Voyer d’Argenson Park àAsnières, lovers (cat no. 55) to the rehearsal hall of the Free Theatre Antoine, 96, Rue Blanche; Seurat and Signac will also show works (late November-December to Jan. 1888). Anquetin, Seurat, Signac, Camille and Lucien Pissarro, etc. exhibit in the salons of The Independent Review (déc.janv.). Seurat and Aman-Jean will probably see Vincent home to speak with an array (W-0, p. 4l). December 1888-5 January 1889 Exhibition of two hundred eighty-two etchings, paintings, fans, drawings, watercolors, colored prints of Henri Guérard, Berheim-Jeune gallery (with prints, fans, etc. of Japanese S. Bing collections, Ph. Burty, L. and H. Gonse Cernuschi).   Related

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