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Cottage Garden, Uccle, Belgium

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Joseph M. Raphael, Cottage Garden, Uccle, Belgium, 1915, oil on canvas, Gift of Margery Hellman Strass in honor of Patricia Ferrel, no known copyright restrictions, 2009.14

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Title

Cottage Garden, Uccle, Belgium

Artist

Joseph M. Raphael (American, 1869-1950)

Date

1915

Medium

oil on canvas

Dimensions (H x W x D)

32 in x 41 1/4 in

Collection Area

Modern and Contemporary Art; American Art

Category

Paintings

Object Type

painting

Culture

American

Credit Line

Gift of Margery Hellman Strass in honor of Patricia Ferrel

Accession Number

2009.14

Copyright

no known copyright restrictions

Terms

canvas

dwellings

garden

landscapes

oil paint

oil paintings

paintings

Place Made

Created in: Uccle

Related Places

Depicts: Uccle

Location

Belluschi Building

Hirsch Wing

2nd Floor

Anne K. Millis Galleries

Millis Galleries (West)

Description

Joseph Raphael was a devoted follower of French Impressionism and became internationally recognized for his work in the Impressionist style. After studying at the École des Beaux-Arts and the Académie Julian in Paris, Raphael settled in Uccle, Belgium. He often painted his charming cottage there, with its vegetable and flower gardens, which may also have been a source for his still lifes of fruits, vegetables, and flowers. He remained in Europe until World War II, when he returned to his birthplace, California.

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