Louis Aimé Japy  (Swiss, 1840-1916) 


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Louis Aimé Japy, Ufer mit blühenden Obstbäumen


Louis Aimé Japy
Ufer mit blühenden Obstbäumen

Auction: May 16, 2014
Dobiaschofsky Auktionen
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Louis Aimé Japy, Paysage


Louis Aimé Japy
Schiller & Bodo
Louis Aimé Japy, An Atmospheric Shady River


Louis Aimé Japy
An Atmospheric Shady River
circa 1880

The Englishman Fine Art & Antiques
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Louis Aimé Japy, Berger et son troupeau en forêt


Louis Aimé Japy
Berger et son troupeau en forêt
oil on canvas


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Louis Aimé Japy, Départ du troupeau


Louis Aimé Japy
Départ du troupeau
oil on panel


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Louis Aimé Japy, Paysage animé


Louis Aimé Japy
Paysage animé, 1983
oil on panel


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  A student of François-Louis Français and of Corot, Louis-Aimé Japy made his Salon debut in 1864, during the height of the Barbizon movement. He made trips to Italy early in his career, as was customary for a young artist, but it was the regions of his native Doubs and the Jura that most captured his heart: these regions inspired most of his compositions. Japy exhibited his views of the French countryside regularly at the Salon, medalling in 1870, and earning a second class medal in 1873 and gold medals at both of the Expositions Universelles in 1889 and 1900. In 1883 he was made a member of the Société des Artistes Français, earning him exemption from all future Salon jury selection and the ability to exhibit freely at the Salons. He was recognized again in 1906, when he was elected Chevalier of the Légion d’Honneur.
  His works can be viewed in such cities as Budapest, Langres, Limoux, Manchester, Morlaix, Roanne, St-Etienne, Salford, Washington, D.C. and Amsterdam