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René Schützenberger

René Schützenberger
René Schützenberger
Born (1860-07-29)July 29, 1860
Mulhouse
Died December 31, 1916(1916-12-31)
Paris
Nationality French
Education
Movement Post-Impressionism

René Schützenberger (Mulhouse July 29, 1860, Paris December 31, 1916), also known as René-Paul Schutzenberger, was a French painter.

Biography

Born in an Alsatian family of famous brewers, his father Paul Schützenberger (1829–1897) was a French chemist. The painter Louis-Frédéric Schützenberger (1825–1903) was his cousin.

He studied at the private art school of Rodolphe Julian called Académie Julian under Jean-Paul Laurens.

He started to exhibit at the Salon des Artistes Français since 1891, at the Salon des Indépendants since 1902 and at the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts since 1907. He got an honourable mention at the Salon of 1897 and at the Universal Exhibition of 1900.

He practiced genre painting, portraits, nudes and landscapes, treating the subjects of the daily life and intimists subjects. His style is close to the Post-Impressionism movement and was influenced by the Les Nabis group of post-impressionists, most of whom also studied at Académie Julian.

Works

Reader at the Window (1890), Soissons Museum
  • In Front of Window - 1887
  • The Old Sailor - 1889
  • Christ and Madeleine - 1890
  • Reader at the Window, 1890, Salon of 1891 (n°1509) (Soissons Museum)
  • Portrait of a Woman in Black - 1894
  • Woman in white - Salon of 1895 (n°1730)
  • Madeleine at the Tumb - Salon des Beaux-Arts de Lyon 1898 (n°622)
  • The Mill of the Wine Press - Salon des Beaux-Arts de Lyon 1898 (n°623)
  • Portrait - Exposition Universelle of 1900 (n°1760)
  • Enigma - Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts 1907 (n°1073)
  • Before the Tub - Société des Amis des Arts de Nantes, 1907 (n°298)
  • Dress - Société des Amis des Arts de Nantes, 1907 (n°299)
  • Tears in the Eyes - Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts 1908 (n°1045)
  • The Battle, subtitled Notre peau est jaune, la leur est blanche; l'or vaut mieux que l'argent(1909) - Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts 1910
  • Playing at Dice (1910) - Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts 1911 (n°1154)
  • The Head-dress - Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts 1911 (n°1156)
  • Vail of Hair (1911) - Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts 1912 (n°1162)
  • The Flowery Folding-screen (1911)- Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts 1912 (n°1161)
  • Woman and Flower - Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts 1913 (n°1137)
  • The Jade Necklace - Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts 1914 (n°1084)
  • The Perfume - Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts 1914 (n°1083)

References

The Head-dress ( 1911)
  • Jules Martin, Nos peintres et nos sculpteurs, Paris Flammarion, 1897.
  • Catalogue du Salon de la Société lyonnaise des Beaux-Arts, 1898.
  • Catalogue général officiel de l'Exposition Internationale Universelle de 1900, Paris.
  • Catalogue du Salon de la Société des Amis des Arts de Nantes, 1907.
  • L'Art et les Artistes, 7ème année, n°75, juin 1911.
  • The Julian Academy, Paris 1868-1939, Spring Exhibition 1989, Sheperd Gallery, New York.
  • Benezit, Dictionnaire des artistes, 1999.
  • Dominique Lobstein, Dictionnaire des Indépendants (1884–1914), tome III, L'Echelle de Jacob, 2003.
  • Gaïte Dugnat, Les catalogues des Salons de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, tome III (1906–1910), L'Echelle de Jacob, 2005.
  • Gaïte Dugnat, Les catalogues des Salons de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, tome IV(1911–1920), L'Echelle de Jacob, 2005.
  • Paul-René Schützenberger File, Documentation du Musée d'Orsay, Paris.

Related links

Paintings

External links

  • )Liseuse a la fenêtre (Fr.Reader at the Window, BnF
  • Nos peintres et sculpteurs, graveurs, dessinateurs. Jules Martin. 1897. p.343
  • Mention honorable au l'exposition universelle de 1900, BnF
  • .Madeleine au tombeau Liseuse à la fenêtre,Salon de 1891. №1509-1510, Schützenberger (R.-P.),
  • Société des artistes indépendants : Catalogue de la 21me exposition, 1905. p.215 (p.211). Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
  • Société des artistes indépendants : Catalogue de la 22me exposition, 1906. p.258 (p.256). Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)


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