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Le Barc de Boutteville

The art gallery of Le Barc de Boutteville, at 47 Rue Le Peletier, was one of the few places in Paris where young artists were welcome to present their work to the public, in the years after the death of Theo van Gogh and before Ambroise Vollard opened his gallery.

Monsieur Le Barc

Le Barc died premature, in 1897.[1]

Exhibitions

1892

  • Peintres Impressionnistes et Symbolistes - c. January/February
  • Exposition de 16 toiles peintes par Van Gogh - catalogue woodcut by Émile Bernard; c. April
  • Peintres Impressionnistes et Symbolistes, Deuxième exposition - Introduction by G.-Albert Aurier; c. Summer (no precise dates)
  • Peintres Impressionnistes et Symbolistes, Troisième exposition - Introduction by Gaston Lesaulx; opening c. December (no precise dates)

1893

  • Peintres Impressionnistes et Symbolistes, Quatrième exposition - Introduction by Camille Mauclair; spring (no precise dates)
  • Les Portraits du prochain siècle - autumn (no precise dates)
  • Peintres Impressionnistes et Symbolistes, Cinquième exposition - Introduction by Camille Mauclair; winter (no precise dates)

1894

  • Maufra: Œuvres récentes - Introduction by Frantz Jourdain; 18 January - 18 February
  • Peintres Impressionnistes et Symbolistes, Sixième exposition - Introduction by Camille Mauclair; running from 2 March
  • Peintres Impressionnistes et Symbolistes, Septième exposition - Introduction by René Barjean; running from 10 July
  • Peintres Impressionnistes et Symbolistes, Huitième exposition - no catalogue recorded

1895

  • Armand Séguin: Œuvres nouvelles - Introduction by Paul Gauguin; February - March
  • Peintres Impressionnistes et Symbolistes, Neuvième exposition - Introduction by Maurice Denis; running from 27 April
  • Peintres Impressionnistes et Symbolistes, Dixième exposition - no catalogue recorded

1896

  • Peintres Impressionnistes et Symbolistes, Onzième exposition - Introduction by René Barjean; running from 20 January
  • Dulac - Introduction by Henry Cochin; 11 May - 4 June 1896
  • Peintres Impressionnistes et Symbolistes, Douzième exposition - Introduction by Armand Seguin; running from 21 July
  • Peintres Impressionnistes et Symbolistes, Treizième exposition - Introduction by Louis Roy; running from 26 December

1897

  • Peintres Impressionnistes et Symbolistes, Quatorzième exposition - Introduction by Louis Roy; running from 25 June
  • Peintres Impressionnistes et Symbolistes, Quinzième exposition, chez Ch. Dosbourg, Galerie Le Barc de Boutteville - Introduction by Frédéric Cordey; running from 1 December

Resources

Most of the catalogues are reprinted in Modern Art in Paris, ed. Theodore Reff, vol.

Footnotes

Literature

  • Guy, Cecile: Le Barc de Boutteville, L'Œil, April 1965, pp. 31–36; 58-59
  • Monneret, Sophie: L'impressionnisme et son époque, dictionnaire international, Denoël, Paris 1979 ISBN 2-221-05222-6

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