Joseph Delattre

1858 - 1912

Biography

Joseph Delattre was originally from Flanders. Filled by enthusiasm for Monet’s painting, he gathered around him a group of Rouen artists keen to depict the changing light and atmosphere of their region and became leader of this Rouen School (founded with Charles Angrand, Léon-Jules Lemaître and Charles Fréchon) and created an open academy in 1895.

In 1907, with the sponsorship of the paint merchant Legrip, he organised an exhibition in Rouen where all these artists were able to exhibit their work.

His works include: View of Rouen; Evening View of a Boulevard in Paris (1883) and Hillside (1885). Delattre‘s work was shown posthumously at the Around Impressionism: Nineteen Painters from the School of Normandy (Autour de l’Impressionisme – Dix-neuf Peintres de l’École Normande) at the Maison des Arts in Antony (2003).

Artworks

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Brouillard Matinal – Rouen Joseph Delattre

c. 1895
Oil on canvas

£8,950.00

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Brouillard Matinal – Rouen by Joseph Delattre

Elegant Figure on a Balcony Joseph Delattre

c. 1895
Oil on canvas

£5,500.00

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Elegant Figure on a Balcony by Joseph Delattre

Environs de Rouen Joseph Delattre

1895
Oil on board

£4,600.00

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Environs de Rouen by Joseph Delattre

On the Seine – near Rouen Joseph Delattre

c. 1895
Unlined original canvas

£8,500.00

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On the Seine – near Rouen by Joseph Delattre

Sur La Seine Joseph Delattre

c. 1890
Oil on board

£8,450.00

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Sur La Seine by Joseph Delattre