Fleurs dans une vase chinois Ernest Quost

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Country of origin: France

Medium: Oil on original canvas

Signed: Signed lower left

Dated: 1900

Condition: Very good original condition

Size: 18.00" x 15.00" (45.7cm x 38.1cm)

Further information: This work carries its original Exhibition label verso

Artist biography

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Painter, pastellist. Landscapes, urban landscapes, landscapes with figures, still-lifes (including flowers/fruit). Ernest Quost probably studied under Horace Aumont during his time in Paris. He first exhibited at the Salon de Paris in 1866 and went on to exhibit at the Salon des Artistes Français, winning medals in 1880 and 1882. He became a member of the Salon in 1887 and was awarded a further medal in 1889 for the Exposition Universelle and medals in 1890 and 1900 for the out-of-competition section of the Exposition Universelle. He was made Chevalier of the Légion d'Honneur in 1883 and an Officer in 1903. He taught Montézin. Quost mainly painted Paris, portraying the bustle of the streets and the local dance parties. He would start with a number of sketches and then develop the work in his studio. Claude Monet admired his flower paintings and Van Gogh, in a letter to his brother Theo, alluded to 'Father Quost's roses'. Museum and Gallery Holdings Bernay: Flowers Castres: Brook in Flower Gray: Study of an Apple Tree Limoges: Pinnacles and Rose Windows Nancy (MBA): Basket of Gladioli Paris (Mus. d'Orsay): Flowers for Planting; Greenhouse; Landscape Paris (Mus. Marmottan-Monet): Flowers Rouen: April Song