One of the nicest, most photogenic, fishing villages in Normandy.

William Parrott

Honfleur – The Artists – Parrott, William

William Parrot (1813-1869) was a British painter, draughtsman and printmaker of the Romanticism movement. William Parrott travelled and painted in Italy, France and mostly in the United Kingdom.

Almost nothing is known about this artist (even his year of death is not well known). Here are his paintings for Honfleur, Normandy.

James Webb

Honfleur – The Artists – Webb, James

James Webb was a British painter specialising in marine views and landscapes. He was born in a family of artists. His father Archibald Webb and his brother Byron Webb were also noted painters.

He lived all his life in Chelsea, London. Here are his works for Honfleur, Normandy.

Edward Wadsworth

Honfleur – The Artists – Wadsworth, Edward

Edward Alexander Wadsworth was an English artist, most famous for his close association with Vorticism. He painted, often in tempera, coastal views, abstracts, portraits and still-life. He was also an engraver on wood and copper. In the First World War he was involved in transferring dazzle camouflage designs onto ships for the Royal Navy, and after the war he continued to paint nautical themes.

Here are his works for Honfleur, Normandy.

Felix Vallotton

Honfleur – The Artists – Vallotton, Felix

Felix Edouard Vallotton was a Swiss and French painter and printmaker associated with the group of artists known as Les Nabis. He was an important figure in the development of the modern woodcut. He painted portraits, landscapes, nudes, still lifes, and other subjects in an unemotional, realistic style.

Here are his many works for Honfleur, Normandy.

Joseph Mallord William Turner

Honfleur – The Artists – Turner, William

Joseph Mallord William Turner, known contemporarily as William Turner, was an English Romantic painter, printmaker and watercolourist. He is known for his expressive colourisations, imaginative landscapes and turbulent, often violent marine paintings.

Here are his paintings he made in Honfleur, Normandy.

Louis-Etienne Timmermans

Honfleur – The Artists – Timmermans, Louis-Etienne

Louis-Etienne Timmermans (1846 – 1910) was a Belgian painter, specialized in marine paintings and landscapes. He was a pupil of the Academie de Bruxelles and the Ecole des Beaux Arts de Paris.

Timmermans worked mostly in France, painting small coastal harbours, which he painted with a precise realism.

He died in 1910 in Paris. Not much else is known about him. Here are his works for Honfleur, Normandy.

Siebe Johannes Ten Cate

Honfleur – The Artists – Ten Cate, Siebe Johannes

Siebe Johannes ten Cate (1858 – 1908) was a Dutch-Frisian painter in the Impressionist style, who spent most of his working life in France.

His favorite subjects were landscapes, city and harbor views, often populated with figures. Le Havre was one of his favorite locations. Here are his works for Honfleur we’ve been able to find.

Georges Braque

Honfleur – The Artists – Braque, Georges

George Braque (1882 1963) was a major 20th-century French painter. His most notable contributions were in his alliance with Fauvism from 1905, and the role he played in the development of Cubism. Braque’s work is closely associated with that of his colleague Pablo Picasso.

Here is his one painting we found for Honfleur (Normandy).

Clarkson Frederick Stanfield

Honfleur – The Artists – Stanfield, Clarkson Frederick

Clarkson Frederick Stanfield (1793 – 1867) was a prominent English painter (often inaccurately credited as William Clarkson Stanfield) who was best known for his large-scale paintings of dramatic marine subjects and landscapes. He was the father of the painter George Clarkson Stanfield and the composer Francis Stanfield.

Until his death he contributed a long series of powerful and highly popular works to the Academy, both of marine subjects and landscapes from his travels at home and in France, the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Ireland.

Here is one of his paintings he made in Honfleur and one in its immediate surroundings.

Paul Signac

Honfleur – The Artists – Signac, Paul

Paul Victor Jules Signac was a French Neo-Impressionist painter who, working with Georges Seurat, helped develop the Pointillist style. He started training as an architect but quickly decided he wanted to be an artist.

Here are his paintings he made in Honfleur, Normandy.

Georges Seurat

Honfleur – The Artists – Seurat, Georges

Georges Pierre Seurat (1859 – 1891) was a French post-Impressionist artist. He devised the painting techniques known as chromoluminarism and pointillism and used conté crayon for drawings on paper with a rough surface.

Seurat’s artistic personality combined qualities that are usually thought of as opposed and incompatible: on the one hand, his extreme and delicate sensibility, on the other, a passion for logical abstraction and an almost mathematical precision of mind.

Here are his paintings he made in Honfleur, Normandy.

Gaston Roullet

Honfleur – The Artists – Roullet, Gaston

Marie Anatole Gaston Roullet (1847 – 1925), is a French painter and illustrator, appointed official painter of the Colonies and the Navy in 1885.

Roullet was a pupil of Jules Noel, whose daughter, Marie-Caroline, he married in 1874.

Appointed painter to the Navy and the departments of the Colonies, Roullet took part in the military campaigns of Tonkin in 1885.

Here are his paintings he made in Honfleur, Normandy.

Edmond Marie Petitjean

Honfleur – The Artists – Petitjean, Edmond Marie

Edmond Marie Petitjean (1844 – 1925) was a self-taught French painter; known for landscapes and seascapes. His father was a lawyer and wanted him to follow suit; forcing him to study law despite his artistic talent and sending him to Paris, where he was apprenticed to a notary.

He painted the Salle Doree in the famous Train Blue restaurant in Paris. Here are his works for Honfleur, Normandy.

William Edward Norton

Honfleur – The Artists – Norton, William Edward

William Edward Norton (1843 – 1912) was an American painter, born to a family of Bostonian shipbuilders. Norton became a noted marine painter, stirred by his youth when he sailed on family-owned ships. After his sea service as a young man, he enrolled at both Harvard Medical School and the Lowell Institute. At Lowell, Norton developed a strong interest in art and began studying with George Inness, whose own poetic style deeply influenced the young artist. He then established a studio in Boston.

Here are 2 of his paintings we found which he made in Honfleur, Normandy.

Charles-Louis Mozin

Honfleur – The Artists – Mozin, Charles Louis

Charles-Louis Mozin (1806 – 1862) was born into a family of musicians, Charles-Louis Mozin studied with Xavier Leprince. Primarily a painter and lithographer of coastal landscapes, harbour views and seascapes, he exhibited at the Salons in Paris between 1824 and 1861.

Along with Eugene Isabey and Richard Parkes Bonington, Mozin was one of the first artists to paint landscapes depicting the beach and fishing port of Trouville in Normandy, which he discovered around 1825, and where he settled in 1839.

He also travelled in Germany and Holland, where he frequently exhibited his work between 1840 and 1850. Landscape paintings by Mozin are today in the museums of Amiens, Honfleur, Rouen, Toulon, Trouville, Versailles, and elsewhere, while a number of views of Paris are in the Musee Carnavalet in Paris.

Here are some paintings of his we found which he made in Honfleur, Normandy.

Claude Monet

Honfleur – The Artists – Monet, Claude

Claude Monet is without any doubt the most famous impressionist painter. He started the movement, and he was the master of it.

Although he was born in Paris, France (and died in Giverny, Normandy, France), his heart was Normandy, particularly the Normandy coastline. His family moved to Le Havre in 1845 where his father wanted him to join the family ship-chandling business, but instead he decided to become an artist.

Here are many (32x) of his paintings which he made in Honfleur, Normandy.

Emile Louis Mathon

Honfleur – The Artists – Mathon, Emile Louis

Emile Louis Mathon (1855 – 1887) was a French painter and a student of Charles-Francois Daubigny, master of the Barbizon school, and Louis Arban.

During his career, he painted Paris and the Seine, country scenes and maritime views (fishing scenes, warships, port views), Normandy and the Channel coast.

Here are his paintings we found which he made in Honfleur, Normandy.

Albert Marquet

Honfleur – The Artists – Marquet, Albert

Albert Marquet was a French painter, associated with the Fauvist movement. He initially became one of the Fauve painters and a lifelong friend of Henri Matisse. Marquet subsequently painted in a more naturalistic style, primarily landscapes, but also several portraits and, between 1910 and 1914, several female nude paintings.

Here are his paintings he made in Honfleur, Normandy.

Georges Henri Manzana-Pissarro

Honfleur – The Artists – Manzana-Pissarro, Georges Henri

Georges Henri Manzana Pissarro (1871–1961) was a French artist who worked in Impressionist and Post-Impressionist styles. He was also a designer of textiles, decorative objects, furniture and glassware.

Georges Henri Manzana Pissarro was born in 1871 in France, at Louveciennes, the third child of Impressionist artist Camille Pissarro. Initially, he painted at his father’s side, where he learned not only to handle brush and pencil but also to observe and to love nature. Like his brother Lucien Pissarro he spent his formative years surrounded by distinguished artists of the Impressionist movement, such as Monet, Cezanne, Renoir and Gauguin, all of whom frequented the Pissarro home.

Here is the one painting of his we found which he made in Honfleur, Normandy.

Gustave Madelain

Honfleur – The Artists – Madelain, Gustave

Gustave Madelain (1867 – 1944) was French painter with his own interpretation of French post Impressionism. Madelain showed a number of canvases at Le Havre and at Rouen; though it was naturally in Paris that he had his greatest success.

Here are some of his paintings he made in Honfleur, Normandy.

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