Alexandre Calame  (Swiss, 1810-1864) 

whitespace

Hier finden Sie Werke von Alexandre Calame, die gerade in internationalen Galerien zum Kauf angeboten werden oder auf Auktionen versteigert wurden, Auktionsresultate sowie eine ausführliche Biografie und weitere Informationen.
envelope Erhalten Sie per E-Mail Market Alerts zu diesem Künstler!  
Kunstwerke zum Verkauf (1)
In Galerien (1)
Händlerliste (2)

Verkaufte Kunstwerke
Auktionsresultate (823)

artnet Magazin
Artikel (1)

Weitere Informationen
Biografie
Monografien
artnet Analytics Reports
Market Reports
* kostenpflichtiger Service

Kunstwerke zum Verkauf (1)


Alexandre Calame, Landscape with a Boat in Stormy Waters near the Shores of Lake Neuchâtel

 

Alexandre Calame
Landscape with a Boat in Stormy Waters near the Shores of Lake Neuchâtel
Jean-Luc Baroni Ltd
  
Verkaufsresultate (823)  Alles anzeigen
Circle Of Alexandre Calame, View of Salzburg

 

Circle Of Alexandre Calame
View of Salzburg
oil on canvas

 

Details ansehen
Alexandre Calame, Forest Cascade

 

Alexandre Calame
Forest Cascade, 1847
oil on canvas

 

Details ansehen
Alexandre Calame, Char à foin et personnages

 

Alexandre Calame
Char à foin et personnages, 1835
black chalk

 

Details ansehen
  Among the most celebrated Swiss landscape painters of the 19th century, Alexander Calame made a particular speciality of Alpine mountain scenes. Despite losing his right eye as a child, he was determined to make a career as an artist, and studied with the landscapist François Diday between 1829 and 1832. From 1828 he began producing vues pittoresques suisses in gouache, intended for sale as autonomous works of art, which allowed him a measure of financial independence. He first came to the attention of French collectors and connoisseurs at the Salon of 1839, where he exhibited a view set in the Bernese Oberland, entitled A Thunderstorm in Handeck. The painting was a great success in Paris, and was purchased by public subscription by the city of Geneva for the Musée Rath. At the Salon two years later one of his paintings, a View of the Valley of Ansasca, was purchased by the King, Louis-Philippe. By this time Calame’s success was assured. His paintings, worked up from oil sketches and drawings made sur le motif, were in great demand, and were purchased by collectors throughout Europe, and particularly in Russia. In 1854 he published a number of landscape drawings and studies in lithographic form as Leçons de dessin appliqué au paysage.