Alfred Brunel de Neuville
(1851 - 1941)
Alfred Arthur Brunel de Neuville was active/lived in France. Alfred Brunel de Neuville is known for figure, still life, animal painting.
Biography Alfred Brunel de Neuville
A highly skilled artist of the French school, Alfred Arthur Brunel de Neuville painted primarily animals, still lives, fruits, and occasionally flowers. A student of his father, he received a rather basic foundation in the fine art of painting, and spent the rest of his career elaborating upon it, improving his talents all the while.
In 1879, Brunel de Neuville began exhibiting at the famed Paris Salon. That first year, he presented to the audience a piece entitled Pommes et raisin, and then in 1880 showed his Halte de chasse, a scene of frolicking kittens very appreciated and widely executed at the time. The artist continued to paint kittens through out his career and his works on this subject are hi
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