(1811 - 1889)
Jules Dupre was active/lived in France. Jules Dupre is known for Barbizon style landscape painting.
Jules Dupré (April 5, 1811-October 6, 1889), French painter, was one of the chief members of the Barbizon school of landscape painters.
Dupré's color is sonorous and resonant; the subjects for which he showed marked preference are dramatic sunset effects and stormy skies and seas. Among his chief works are the Morning and Evening at the Louvre, and the early Crossing the Bridge in the Wallace Collection.