“Duck, hens and a rooster” by PHILIBERT-LEON COUTURIER (1823-1901)

Philibert Léon Couturier (France, 19th Century)

“Duck, hens and a rooster” by PHILIBERT-LEON COUTURIER (1823-1901)

“Duck, hens and a rooster” oil on panel, signed P L. Couturier lower left Measurements 18 ¼ x 16 ½ inches

Philibert Léon Couturier is a French animal painter and a famous portrait painter of the 19th century. Born on May 26th, 1823 in Chalon-sur-Saône, this son of vinegar-maker is allowed in the School of Fine Arts of Paris in 1844.

Connected to the School of Barbizon, close friend of Théophile Gautier, he becomes a portrait and animal painter. He is particularly considered as the skill of his art to represent poultry and farmyards. A part of his works is hung in the museums of Chalon-sur-Saône (Denon museum), Saint-Quentin (Antoine Lécuyer museum), Montpelier, Nice, Reims and Poitiers.

19th century French carved gold gilt frame

FRAMED: HEIGHT: 16½ in | WIDTH: 18¼ in
UNFRAMED: HEIGHT: 10½ in | WIDTH: 12½ in

Origin France
Category Oils
Period 19th Century

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CONDITION: Oil on panel

THB REF: 3884124117


"Selected Museums

Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham (AL)
Tacoma Art Museum, Washington (WA)
The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore (MD)
The Dahesh Museum of Art, New York (NY)"