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Paul Peel

   •   Unclassified artists   •   Wikipedia: Paul Peel
20 Discovered works of art  •  ID: #4152
"Only the best die young" - this winged adage is not only since the era of rock stars in artist circles. It is well known that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Friedrich Schiller - and the Canadian painter Paul Peel met this fate: He succumbed to a lung disease at the age of 32 and yet already recognized worldwide. Born in 1860 in London, Ontario, his childhood home is one of the major attractions in Fanshawe Pioneer Village, an open-air museum opened in 1959. He is commonly referred to as the "Academic Painter" - that is what the English New World calls artists who style their style at European art academies and therefore tend to paint "classical" or "traditional" ones.

In fact, although Paul Peel was asked to paint by his father and received his education from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia, Peel received his final polish in France, more specifically at the Schools of Fine Arts "École des Beaux Arts" and "Academie Julien ". William Lees Judson in Philadelphia and Henri Doucet or Jules Joseph Lefebvre in Paris were among his teachers.

Peel exhibited his paintings on both sides of the Atlantic. He was a member of the "Royal Canadian Academy of Arts" and the Ontario Artists' Association - and he created a nude portrait of a revolution in the pristine Canada of the Victorian era (officially Canada at that time still belonged to Britain, even today, Elizabeth II is Canada's head of state ). Which in Europe, especially France, was already halfway accepted at that time - namely to publicly show pictures of "Nackedeis"! - was in Canada but something to get used to ...

For one of these act portraits, baptized "After the Bath" (After the Bath), Peel received the bronze medal at the Paris Salon of 1890 and had thus - at least in professional circles - achieved worldwide fame. However, he was not to be able to enjoy the fame for long: just two years later he succumbed to a lung disease - probably the then dreaded tuberculosis, against which there was no cure at the time. What remains are more than 40 well-known paintings, except files especially detailed, colorful nature pictures such as "Lady in the Garden", "Young Botanist", "Young Gleaner" or "Feeding Birds in the Park". © Meisterdrucke


 
Undated | Oil on canvas

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1884 | Oil on canvas

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1884 | Oil on canvas

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Undated | Oil on canvas

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Frau Verdier Feeding Chickens
Undated | Oil on canvas

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Frau Verdier Feeding Chickens
0 | Oil on canvas

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1885 | Oil on canvas

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1885 | Oil on canvas

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Portrait of Madam Verdier
1885 | Oil on canvas

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Portrait of Madam Verdier
1885 | Oil on canvas

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1889 | Oil on canvas

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1889 | Oil on canvas

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