Belgian, 1851-1916

Beauduin attended the art academy in Antwerp and at a young age he settled in Paris. He exhibited in various Salons in France and abroad, notably at the Salon des Artistes Français in Paris. As a draughtsman, he collaborated on periodicals, newspapers and magazines including La France Illustré, Panurge, La Silhouette, La Chronique Parisienne, Paris Illustré and Le Figaro. Beaudin also produced book illustrations, including En Pleine Fantaisie by the French poet Armand Silvestre and Audacious Women (Les Audacieuses) by the Countess of Molènes. His paintings include Two Springs; Moonrise; Berenice; Pink Hour; Song of the Waves; Winter Evening in the Snow; Princesses from Legends; and Rush towards the Light. His views of Spa, Giverny and Sannois are for the most part painted in the soft light characteristic of the end of the day.

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Jean Beauduin A Summer's Day Oil on canvas 25½  x 21¼ (65 x 54 cm.) SOLD

Jean Beauduin
A Summer's Day
Oil on canvas
25½  x 21¼ (65 x 54 cm.)