Louis Aime Japy

1840 - 1916

Biography

Louis Aimé Japy studied under Français and under Corot. Early in his career he painted subjects in Italy, but he mostly painted scenes in France, especially in the Jura and the Doubs. He began to show work at the Paris Salon in 1864, and won a medal in 1870 and a second-class medal in 1873. He became a member of the Société des Artistes Français in 1883, won silver medals at the Exposiitions Universelles in Paris in 1889 and 1900 and was made a Chevalier of the Légion d’Honneur in 1906.

Museum and Gallery Holdings

Amsterdam: Landscape
Budapest: Shepherd
Langres: Dusk in Brittany; Evening Landscape
Limoux: Moonrise
Morlaix: Brittany, Flock Resting
Roanne: Marshland in Picardy
Salford (Museum and AG): Spring in the Valley of the Somme
St-Étienne: Field Labours in the Ain
Washington DC: Spring in the Mountains; Dusk in Brittany

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Wildflowers by The River Louis Aime Japy

1880
Oil on panel

£3,350.00

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Wildflowers by The River
by Louis Aime Japy

Young Shepherds Louis Aime Japy

1890
Oil on panel

£3,650.00

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Young Shepherds
by Louis Aime Japy

Previously Sold Artworks

By The Lake Louis Aime Japy

1890
Oil on canvas

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By The Lake
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Crepescule Louis Aime Japy

1880
Oil on panel

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Crepescule
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Eel Traps by a River Louis Aime Japy

1881
Oil on canvas

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Eel Traps by a River
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Paysan près d’un bouleau Louis Aime Japy

c. 1880
Oil on panel

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Paysan près d’un bouleau
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the Crescent Moon Louis Aime Japy

1888
Oil on original canvas

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the Crescent Moon
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