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Charles Ferdinand Ceramano Hst Herd In The Forest Barbizon Xixeme


Charles Ferdinand Ceramano Hst Herd In The Forest Barbizon Xixeme
Charles Ferdinand Ceramano Hst Herd In The Forest Barbizon Xixeme
Charles Ferdinand Ceramano Hst Herd In The Forest Barbizon Xixeme
Charles Ferdinand Ceramano Hst Herd In The Forest Barbizon Xixeme
Charles Ferdinand Ceramano Hst Herd In The Forest Barbizon Xixeme
Charles Ferdinand Ceramano Hst Herd In The Forest Barbizon Xixeme
Charles Ferdinand Ceramano Hst Herd In The Forest Barbizon Xixeme
Charles Ferdinand Ceramano Hst Herd In The Forest Barbizon Xixeme
Charles Ferdinand Ceramano Hst Herd In The Forest Barbizon Xixeme
Charles Ferdinand Ceramano Hst Herd In The Forest Barbizon Xixeme
Charles Ferdinand Ceramano Hst Herd In The Forest Barbizon Xixeme

Charles Ferdinand Ceramano Hst Herd In The Forest Barbizon Xixeme    Charles Ferdinand Ceramano Hst Herd In The Forest Barbizon Xixeme
Oil on canvas depicting a herd in the Barbizon forest. Charles ferdinand Weeks is the son of Philippe sermain, courtrai decorator and his wife anna Gheysens, seamstress born in and lives in oudenaarde harelbeke or they married. The couple, in 1829, shortly after their marriage, moved to tielt. It is there that will be born of their union, between 1830 and 1848, nine children: Carolus (26 June 1830-11 July 1830), Carolus Ferdinandus (31 May 1831), Clementina (27 September 1833), juliana sophia (August 28, 1835 ), Eduardus didier (14 September 1837), married ludovica (19 August 1839), Victorina (October 28, 1841-Saint-gilles, 1907), octavia (26 November 1844) and leonard (3 April 1848). He lives at 56 rue stones in Brussels in 1856.

He lives in Beauvais, where he meets Clementine george seamstress whose paris installed to relatives give their consent to the marriage of their daughter with charles ferdinand June 21, 1858. The young couple exchange to frequently address. March 19, 1870, they live at 49 rue Saint-Gilles to Capouillet.

His wife, it is not traced until his death in Paris in 1905. It was from that moment he takes the pseudonym \Other Belgian painter preceded in Barbizon like Gustave de jonghe and Camille van Camp, received at the inn ganne or alfred Knyff pupil of Theodore Rousseau. It also lives there adriaan heymans joseph, joseph Coosemans, François Lamorinière and Papeleu victor. In Barbizon, he painted animals and landscapes and consists pastoral scenes with sheep and sheep. His work is influenced by that of Charles Jacque, he admires.

His first participation in the show will be a success. He sells his canvas near the forest in an art lover chicago. Joseph bula, broker of art, he became known in the United States where he was very successful.

He bought a small house in 1878 he called \In the population census of 1881, he lives with Marie Jeanne Rosalie van eeckhout, the witness of his first marriage and a son and a daughter. In 1885, his paris to address is at No. He settled around 1888 in cernay of worth, about twenty kilometers south of Versailles. His friend the painter Léon Germain lawn has a studio at his disposal by the Rothschild family. He lives near the hotel waterfalls (léopold house) and making visits to the cottin farm.

Ceramano returns to Barbizon in 1896 [1]. An article in the November 2, 1891 event describes it, \Sun. On October 1, 1905, his wife whom he lived separate long died in his home of 13 rue Philippe de Girard in Paris. On June 9, 1906, aged 75, he married his companion Jeanne Rosalie van eeckhout, 63 years old, with whom he lived for over thirty years.

Desired April 1909 to Barbizon [2]. His wife died 26 February 1913 in the villa stelle 16th Avenue Borriglione in nice. She was buried with him at Barbizon.

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  3. Type: Oil <\/ li>
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    Charles Ferdinand Ceramano Hst Herd In The Forest Barbizon Xixeme    Charles Ferdinand Ceramano Hst Herd In The Forest Barbizon Xixeme