(1857 - 1939)
Alphonse Osbert was active/lived in France. Alphonse Osbert is known for painting.
A student of Henri Lehmann and Léon Bonnat, Osbert's classmate Seurat and Alexander Seon at the School of Fine Arts. If he exhibited at the Salon in 1881 works influenced by Spanish painting, his personal aesthetic is affirmed and it becomes the turn of the 1890s a recognized figure in the Symbolist movement. The color blue is omnipresent in his work that evokes woodland and lake scenery, mostly nocturnal, where cheminent elegiac figures carrier lyre or melancholic druids (No. 419 and 422). Osbert made a very successful synthesis of the heritage of the neo-impressionists and his own vision; this material diffuses and partially dotted giving him his world a dreamlike dimension of great poetry. It exposes to all the shows of the Rose Cross, a ... Displaying 750 of 2930 characters.