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Notre-Dame and the Pont des Arts
Oil on canvas
Raoul ULMANN born in 1867 and died in 1941, is a French painter, student of Bouguereau and Robert-Flerury.
He regularly exhibits landscapes in the Salons. The French state, during the artist's lifetime, acquired several paintings, exhibited at the Luxembourg Museum and at the Elysée Palace.
Ulmann’s works recall the tradition of great Dutch landscape painting in the 19th century.
His landscapes, urban as well as city dwellers, are borrowed from poetry, thanks to his mastery of contrasts. His touch is soft, vaporous Ulmann creates to perfection a wadded and hazy universe, where light appears as a savior, and radiates the canvases, with fine touches of color.
It is a poetic image of modernity that the artist offers us here. The boat, whose steam, thick and gray hides part of the Pont des Arts, contrasts with the caressing light of the end of the day. In the background, like an enchanted castle, behind a "black forest" appears the silhouette of Notre-Dame de Paris.
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|Location||75006, Paris 6e Arrondissement, France|
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