(1842 - 1889)
Jean-Richard Goubie was active/lived in France. Jean Richard Goubie is known for aristocratic equistrian and other genre scene painting.
Biography Jean-Richard Goubie
Jean-Richard Goubie, born in 1842 in Paris and died in the same town in 1889, was a French painter and landscape painter. He was a pupil of Jean-Léon Gérôme at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris.
In 1869, he exhibited his works at the Salon de Paris until his death. He quickly met success with his Relais au Bois, which directed him towards animal painting.
These numerous canvases evoke landscapes of countryside very verdant and flowered, in which usually evolve horses in freedom where mounted by elegant riders or riders of the aristocratic or bourgeois world. Nature is serene and omnipresent.
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