Sunday, 12 January 2014

Adolphe Valette - part 2

Pierre Adolphe Valette (1876 – 1942) was a French Impressionist painter. His most acclaimed paintings are urban landscapes of Manchester, now in the collection of Manchester Art Gallery. Today, he is chiefly remembered as the painter L. S. Lowry’s tutor. For more biographical notes and works see part 1 also. This is part 2 of a 2-part post on the works of Adolphe Valette:

Adolphe Valette 1937 Femme et Fleurs (Maria La Fond), Blacé oil on canvas 66.1 x 54.1 cm

Adolphe Valette 1938 Le Bourg, Blacé

Note: I do not have dates for the following works:


Adolphe Valette Maison Sanlaville, Blacé 

Adolphe Valette Boffres, France watercolour 27 x 37 cm

Adolphe Valette Hamlet of St Julien, Chatenay

Adolphe Valette Land and Forest

Adolphe Valette Louise Sewing with Two Friends

Adolphe Valette Marie Valette

Adolphe Valette Montmelas, Blacé

Adolphe Valette Mother

Adolphe Valette Moustiers Ste. Marie oil on canvas mounted on board 19.5 x 28 cm

Adolphe Valette Presbyterian Church, All Saints oil on board 15.2 x 8.2 cm

Adolphe Valette Saint Tropez

Adolphe Valette Salles, Ploughing oil on board 23 x 29.5 cm

Adolphe Valette Self-Portrait

Adolphe Valette Self-Portrait

Adolphe Valette Sheep

Adolphe Valette Shepherd and his Sheep

Adolphe Valette St. Peters Square

Adolphe Valette Still-Life

Adolphe Valette Still-Life

Adolphe Valette Study of a Goat

Adolphe ValetteTug on a Canal in Manchetser

Adolphe Valette The Valette Home at Blacé

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for your blog. I enjoy your images and reading about artist here. I linked to your blog on my most recent post on Berthe Morisot at http://paintwatercolorcreate.blogspot.com/2014/01/watercolors-berthes-birthday.html

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