Jules Dupré  (French, 1811-1889) 


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Jules Dupré, Le Moulin (The Windmill)


Jules Dupré
Le Moulin (The Windmill)
Schiller & Bodo
Jules Dupré, Normandy landscape


Jules Dupré
Normandy landscape
Schiller & Bodo
Jules Dupré, Sailing Ships in Choppy Seas


Jules Dupré
Sailing Ships in Choppy Seas
The Art Collection, Inc.
Jules Dupré, Landscape


Jules Dupré
Galerie Michael
Jules Dupré, Les enfants devant la chaumière


Jules Dupré
Les enfants devant la chaumière
Galerie Michael
Jules Dupré, Untitled (438)


Jules Dupré
Untitled (438)
The Art Collection, Inc.

1811   Born in Nantes on April 5th
1829   Dupre went to Paris where he further developed as an artist through his friendship with Cabat. He also met the artists Decamps, Jeanron and Huet at this time
1831   1831 He traveled to Great Britain, where he sketched and studied paintings by the English Landscapists. Upon his return, he traveled extensively through the French provinces, which were a great inspiration for him.
1882   Apprenticed his father, a porcelain decorator and director of several porcelain factories, and began to experiment with drawing and painting nature scenes
1889   Died
1883   Exhibited at the Exposition Centennale
1867   Exhibited at the Exposition Universelle
1849   He received the Legion d’honneur, and continued to achieve financial success. At this time, he re-entered the Salon as an exhibitor.
1848   After the 1848 Revolution, Dupre became a member of the commission created to reorganize the Salon
1839   Showed seven paintings at the Salon, his last exhibition until 1852
1834   Began to receive official recognition when he exhibited four landscapes at the Salon, and received a third-class medal. He also included works in regional exhibitions at this time, which were becoming increasingly important, as they supported and promoted local painters and upcoming Parisian artists. Dupre became a key figure in the Barbizon group, developing close ties with other Barbizon painters, and began to promote relations with independent art dealers.
1833   Four of his works were accepted at the Salon