John Peter Russell

(16 June 1858 -22 April 1930) was an Australian impressionist painter. John Peter Russell was born at the Sydney suburb of Darlinghurst, the eldest of four children of John Russell, a Scottish engineer, his wife Charlotte Elizabeth, nee Nicholl, from London. J. P. Russell was a nephew of Sir Peter Nicol Russell. After his father's death J. P. Russell enrolled at the Slade School of Fine Art, University College, London, on 5 January 1881 and studied under Alphonse Legros for three years.Russell then went to Paris to study painting under Fernand Cormon. (His fellow students there included Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Émile Bernard.) Russell was a man of means and having married a beautiful Italian, Mariana Antoinetta Matiocco, he settled at Belle Île off the coast of Brittany, where he established an artists' colony. He would have 11 children with Matiocco, of whom six survived. John Peter Russell: Vincent van Gogh, 1886, Van Gogh Museum, AmsterdamRussell had met Vincent van Gogh in Paris and formed a friendship with him. Van Gogh spoke highly of Russell's work, and after his first summer in Arles in 1888 he sent twelve drawings of his paintings to Russell, to inform him about the progress of his work. Claude Monet often worked with Russell at Belle Île and influenced his style, though it has been said that Monet preferred some of Russell's Belle Île seascapes to his own.

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John Peter Russell Pecheur sur falaise oil painting


Pecheur sur falaise
Painting ID::  75555
Artist: John Peter Russell
Painting: Pecheur sur falaise
Introduction: Pecheur sur falaise (1900, oil on canvas, 61.0 x 78.0 cm) by John Peter Russell (1858-1930). cjr
   
   
     

John Peter Russell Boys on the Beach, Belle lle oil painting


Boys on the Beach, Belle lle
Painting ID::  75556
Artist: John Peter Russell
Painting: Boys on the Beach, Belle lle
Introduction: Boys on the Beach, Belle Île (oil on canvas, 80.0 x 63.5 cm) by John Peter Russell (1858-1930). cjr
   
   
     

John Peter Russell Bay of Nice oil painting


Bay of Nice
Painting ID::  75559
Artist: John Peter Russell
Painting: Bay of Nice
Introduction: Bay of Nice (oil on canvas, 36 x 53 cm) by John Peter Russell (1858-1930). cjr
   
   
     

John Peter Russell Remorqueur sur la Seine oil painting


Remorqueur sur la Seine
Painting ID::  75558
Artist: John Peter Russell
Painting: Remorqueur sur la Seine
Introduction: Remorqueur sur la Seine (oil on canvas, 53 x 64 cm) by John Peter Russell (1858-1930). cjr
   
   
     

John Peter Russell Belle lle en mer oil painting


Belle lle en mer
Painting ID::  75562
Artist: John Peter Russell
Painting: Belle lle en mer
Introduction: Belle lle en mer (1898, oil on canvas, 65 x 65.5 cm) by John Peter Russell (1858-1930). cjr
   
   
     

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     (16 June 1858 -22 April 1930) was an Australian impressionist painter. John Peter Russell was born at the Sydney suburb of Darlinghurst, the eldest of four children of John Russell, a Scottish engineer, his wife Charlotte Elizabeth, nee Nicholl, from London. J. P. Russell was a nephew of Sir Peter Nicol Russell. After his father's death J. P. Russell enrolled at the Slade School of Fine Art, University College, London, on 5 January 1881 and studied under Alphonse Legros for three years.Russell then went to Paris to study painting under Fernand Cormon. (His fellow students there included Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Émile Bernard.) Russell was a man of means and having married a beautiful Italian, Mariana Antoinetta Matiocco, he settled at Belle Île off the coast of Brittany, where he established an artists' colony. He would have 11 children with Matiocco, of whom six survived. John Peter Russell: Vincent van Gogh, 1886, Van Gogh Museum, AmsterdamRussell had met Vincent van Gogh in Paris and formed a friendship with him. Van Gogh spoke highly of Russell's work, and after his first summer in Arles in 1888 he sent twelve drawings of his paintings to Russell, to inform him about the progress of his work. Claude Monet often worked with Russell at Belle Île and influenced his style, though it has been said that Monet preferred some of Russell's Belle Île seascapes to his own.