Girl With flowers by Adolphe Piot

Girl With flowers - Adolphe Piot -

Artwork Information

TitleGirl With flowers
ArtistAdolphe Piot
Mediumoil,canvas
Dimensions56.8 x 41.8 cm
Art MovementAcademicism
Current LocationPrivate Collection
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About Girl With flowers

‘Girl With Flowers’ is a portrait painting in the Academicism style created by French painter Adolphe Piot. Piot was known for his portraits of young women and was exhibited in the Paris Salons from 1850 to 1909. The painting depicts a young girl holding pinkish purple flowers in her arms and measures 56.8 x 41.8 cm.

Piot’s style in ‘Girl With Flowers’ reflects the academic art tradition popular during his era, characterized by its attention to detail, smooth contours, and idealized aesthetic. The composition is harmonious, with the subject occupying almost the entire frame, allowing viewers to focus on her delicate features and elegant attire. Although part of a private collection, ‘Girl With Flowers’ has been widely studied and appreciated as an excellent example of academic portraiture.

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