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Mending the Nets, 1875 - Henri Saintin - Framed art Print

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Type: Print On Demand Image

Collections: 19c European,  Classics & Masters,  Figurative,  Fishing,  Pre 1900,  


  • Framed 19c European art print (28 x 40 cm) by Henri Saintin.
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  • Framed Size is 28 x 40 cm.
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About this artwork

French artist Henri Saintin created a strikingly lifelike oil painting back in 1875, towards the twilight of his career. The painting centers around a fisherman, poised on a rock, busily fixing his nets on a pebble-covered beach.



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About the artist

Jean Louis Henry Saintin, a French painter and etcher, was born in Ivry-sur-Seine on October 13, 1846, and died in Paris on June 12, 1899. The son of grocery merchants, Saintin refined his craft at the School of Fine Arts in Paris, studying under the guidance of Alexandre Ségé, Isidore Pils, and Charles Edme Saint Marcel.

Saintin was well-known for his genre scenes, landscapes, and still lifes, often drawing inspiration from the Fontainebleau forest and locales around Paris, Côte-d'Or, and particularly Brittany. His works were frequently showcased at the Paris Salon, with his first appearance in 1867. Some were even transformed into engravings by François Liénard and Maximilien Mayeur, now held in the British Museum. Numerous French institutions, such as museums in Auxerre, Bayonne, Montpellier, and Rennes, house his paintings. He also created a variety of etchings and drawings.

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