(1854 - 1932)
Alfred Smith was active/lived in France. Alfred Smith is known for landscape, urban life painting.
Biography Alfred Smith
Alfred Smith (1854–1932) was a French artist from Bordeaux who painted in the impressionist style. Some of his works resemble the early works of Claude Monet.
Smith was born in Bordeaux in 1854 to a family of English origin. He joined a circle of local landscape artists who followed Courbet and Corot. Smith studied with Hippolyte Pradelles (1876), Léonce Chabry (1880) and Amadeus Baudit (1884). The distinguished artist Alfred Philippe Roll noticed Smith and helped to promote his work. He exhibited in the Salon in Paris in 1880, earning an honorable mention. In 1883 his painting Le quai de Bacalan le soir was exhibited at the Salon. In the 1880s he became the new leader of the Bordeaux school, disp
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