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Ball on Shipboard, c.1874 - James Jacques Joseph Tissot - Framed art Print

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Type: Art Print

Collections: Figurative,  Impressionism,  James Jacques Joseph Tissot,  Pre 1900,  Tate,  


  • Framed print by James Jacques Joseph Tissot.
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About this artwork

James Tissot was known for frequently painting Victorian social scenes in vogue. This particular artwork showcases stylish Victorian individuals at a party, set inside a ship that's adorned with numerous international flags, which add a decorative touch to the entire scene.



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About the artist

Born in 1836 into a devout Catholic family of prosperous merchants, Jacques Josephs Tissot came from Nantes, France. In 1856, he ventured to Paris for brief but influential artistic training at the esteemed École des Beaux-Arts. There, he forged friendships with artists like James McNeil Whistler, Edgar Degas, and Eduard Manet, leaving an indelible imprint on his work.

Initially focusing on Middle Age scenes, Tissot transitioned to painting modern life around 1863. Post Franco-Prussian War, he escaped to England in 1871, Anglicising his name to James and spent nine years portraying English society's fashionable women. His art from 1875-1882 predominantly showcased his beloved mistress, Kathleen Newton.

Kathleen's death in 1882 compelled him to return to France and reclaim his role as a Parisian society painter. A renewed Catholic faith in 1885 shifted his work towards biblical subjects, with travels to the Middle East enhancing his Old Testament portrayals. Tissot died in 1902 in Doubs.

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