‘’Boat in the harbor’’ by Franck Boggs (1855 - 1926)

Frank Myers Boggs (France, 19th Century)

‘’Boat in the harbor’’ by Franck Boggs (1855 - 1926)

‘’Boat in the harbor’’ oil on canvas signed Franck Boggs, size 15 x 22 inches (circa 1890)

Frank Myers Boggs, also said Frank Boggs, born December 6, 1855 in Springfield (Ohio), died August 8, 1926 in Meudon (Hauts de Seine) is a watercolour painter and engraver French naturalized American. He participated alongside American impressionists to the World's Columbia Exposition in Chicago in 1893.

Many of his works have had international acclaim and are housed in the art collections of the Picker Art Gallery, Metropolitan Museum of Art - New York, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

FRAMED: HEIGHT: 22 in | WIDTH: 15 in

Origin France
Category Oils
Period 19th Century

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"Frank Myers Boggs was a pupil of Jean-Léon Gérôme at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He exhibits regularly until the end of his life at the Salon of French Artists, where he received several awards, including pre-season and placed silver medal on the occasion of the World Exhibition in Paris in 1889. In 1885, New York, he exhibited in Honfleur La Houle who won a prize of $ 2,500.
His drawings, usually of small size, are spontaneous and spiritual. In 1906-1907, he executes etchings of his favorite subjects.
His watercolours, numerous, precise and firm touch is very nuanced, and form the most important part of his work. Lovers of Paris, its quays and monuments, attached to the edges of the Seine along its course, Insatiable admirer of the French harbours, it multiplies the views of these sites in solidly built paintings, with cloudy skies.
The bustling markets of small towns, ports and cities Norman, La Rochelle, Holland, Belgium, Venice, are sources of inspiration that allow it to develop themes and a prized personal style of the general public.
Frank Myers Boogs died in Paris in 1926. He is buried in the Père-Lachaise, near his son Frank Will, himself also a painter."