Gustave Courbet

Still-life

1871

NEW - Sentenced to six months in the Sainte-Pélagie prison in Paris for his part in the 1871 populist uprising known as the Paris Commune, Courbet's only subjects during his incarceration were the flowers and fruit brought to him by his sister Zoé and his friends. These still-lifes, some of which were reworked after his release, mark the summit of his final stage of work.

Titre
Still-life
Date
1871
Technique
Peinture
Matériaux
oil on canvas
Dimensions
24 x 32 cm
Nationalité
French
Mention de source
Purchased 1978 with the assistance of a grant from the Government of Canada under the terms of the Cultural Property Export and Import Act
Numéro d'acquisition
23004