Gustave Clarence Rodolphe Boulanger

1824-1888 France-Realism

 

Brief Biography-Gustave Clarence Rodolphe Boulanger was from Paris. He was sent to train under Pierre-Jules Jollivet and Paul Delaroche by his uncle when he was fourteen. Later he became a student at the École des Beaux-Arts. He was influenced by the works of Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres. He went to Italy, Greece and North Africa where he took most of his subject inspiration from and which his art is most noted for. He studied at the École de Rome and received the Prix de Rome; there he became a friend of the two weeks younger Jean-Léon Gérome. In his later years, he taught at the Institut de France.

 

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Jewel Seller

A Seller of Jewels in Pompeii

1001 Nights

A Tale of 1001 Nights

Woman with Urn

A Woman with an Urn

After the Bath

After Bath

Arab Horseman

An Arab Horseman

Hercules

Hercules at the Feet of Omphale

It is an Emir

It is an Emir

Italian Head

Italian Head

Phryne

Phryne

Pleasant Hours

Pleasant Hours in the House of Lucullus

Reception

Reception Of An Emir

Slaves for Sale

Slaves for Sale

Amorous Dancers

The Amorous Dancers

The Slave Market

The Slave Market

The Flower Girl

The Flower Girl

The Return

The Return

Autumn

Autumn

Odysseus

Odysseus Recognized by Euryclea

Atrium

The Atrium of the Maisonne Pompienne

Washerwoman

The Washerwoman and his Mistress

The Flute Concert

The Flute Concert

The Farm Girl

The Farm Girl

Harem

The Harem of the Palace

Ulysses

Ulysses and Eurycleia

Theatrical Rehearsal

Theatrical Rehearsal in the House of an Ancient Rome Poet