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Collies in Horse Stable w/ Saddle and Blanket
Auguste Vimar (French 1851-1916)
Circa 1900
21 x 17 1/2 (29 x 25 1/2 frame) inches


An excellent depiction of collies in the barn awaiting their master. The color and textures are very evocative of an actual stable right down to the hay scattered about. With its original frame, this is quite the statement piece. 


Auguste Vimar was a French painter, sculptor, designer and illustrator though he is best known for his talents as an illustrator. He illustrated great classics like La Fontaine's Fables or books by his friends, such as L'Arche de Noé by Paul Guigou He also authored and illustrated his own children's books such as Le Boy by Marius Bouillabès or L'Automobile Vimar. 


Vimar collaborated with many newspapers and periodicals including Le Figaro Illustré, Le Rire, Mon journal, Le Journal du Dimanche, La Vedette, La Provence Artistique & icturesque. He influenced Benjamin Rabier. Vimar left behind a large body of very fine works and to this day, he remains an influential and respected artist in France. 


He contributed works of art to prestigious exhibitions in Paris and Marseilles and his works can be found in museums in Paris, Toulon and Marseilles. 


Collies in Horse Stable w/ Saddle and Blanket; Auguste Vimar (French 1851-1916)

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