Alfred Arthur Brunel-Neuville (ou Brunel de Neuville), né à Paris en 1852 et mort dans la même ville en 1941, est un peintre de genre français, auteur de natures mortes et de peintures d'animaux, notamment de chats.Il fut l'élève de Léon Brunel.En 1909 il expose à Nîmes Jeunes chats et Pêches et raisins. Il vivait alors au 35, rue de Meudon à Billancourt.En 1912 il présente au Salon de Dijon Raisins et pommes↑ Ou 1850 ou 1851 selon les sources↑ Onzième exposition à Nîmes, 1909.

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  • Alfred Arthur Brunel-Neuville (ou Brunel de Neuville), né à Paris en 1852 et mort dans la même ville en 1941, est un peintre de genre français, auteur de natures mortes et de peintures d'animaux, notamment de chats.Il fut l'élève de Léon Brunel.En 1909 il expose à Nîmes Jeunes chats et Pêches et raisins. Il vivait alors au 35, rue de Meudon à Billancourt.En 1912 il présente au Salon de Dijon Raisins et pommes
  • Alfred-Arthur Brunel de Neuville (1852 - 1941) was a French painter.Having received a somewhat basic training from his father, he became famous in his twenties and thirties as a leading animal artist of the Paris school focussing on domestic cats and then later on still life subjects, such as fruit and flowers. He exhibited work at the Societe des Artistes Francais from 1879 and was elected a member in 1907. Throughout his life De-Neuville worked hard to improve his skills and later paintings are both more complex and intricate than earlier works. Both dogs and cats became popular as the subjects of a sentimental/realist genre at which de Neuville excelled. His trademark painting is a group of mischievous kittens playing with a ball of wool or other domestic object. Although the style is broadly realist, some of the cat paintings are just a touch impressionistic in tone. Certainly the cats are not depicted as a natural subject in a strict realist way. Many of his still lifes have a charming French bucolic feel.De Neuville was highly popular during his lifetime, but since his death popularity has waxed and waned. Certainly lovers of modern art will abhor the sentimentality of the genre. In terms of value his work fetches more in North America than in Europe. European auction prices are between €2,500 and €5,000, but in the USA prices can go over $10,000. One of his best and largest canvasses is on sale in a gallery Buenos Aires at $20,000.De Neuville died in 1941 and is buried in Montmartre Cemetery in Paris. His works can be seen in museums at Béziers, Brest, Chateau Thierry, Louviers.
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  • Alfred Arthur Brunel-Neuville (ou Brunel de Neuville), né à Paris en 1852 et mort dans la même ville en 1941, est un peintre de genre français, auteur de natures mortes et de peintures d'animaux, notamment de chats.Il fut l'élève de Léon Brunel.En 1909 il expose à Nîmes Jeunes chats et Pêches et raisins. Il vivait alors au 35, rue de Meudon à Billancourt.En 1912 il présente au Salon de Dijon Raisins et pommes↑ Ou 1850 ou 1851 selon les sources↑ Onzième exposition à Nîmes, 1909.
  • Alfred-Arthur Brunel de Neuville (1852 - 1941) was a French painter.Having received a somewhat basic training from his father, he became famous in his twenties and thirties as a leading animal artist of the Paris school focussing on domestic cats and then later on still life subjects, such as fruit and flowers. He exhibited work at the Societe des Artistes Francais from 1879 and was elected a member in 1907.
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