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Charles Marville French Gallery

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Choose from 5 pictures in our Charles Marville French collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Tympanum, Strasbourg Cathedral, c. 1863. Creator: Charles Marville (French, 1816-1879)
Tympanum, Strasbourg Cathedral, c. 1863. Creator: Charles Marville (French, 1816-1879)
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Untitled (Cloud Study with Les Invalides), 1860. Creator: Charles Marville (French, 1816-1879)
Untitled (Cloud Study with Les Invalides), 1860. Creator: Charles Marville (French, 1816-1879)
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Rue de la Ferronnerie, c. 1865. Creator: Charles Marville (French, 1816-1879)
Rue de la Ferronnerie, c. 1865. Creator: Charles Marville (French, 1816-1879)
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View of the Small Grotto toward the Deer Pond, Bois de Boulogne, 1858. Creator: Charles Marville
View of the Small Grotto toward the Deer Pond, Bois de Boulogne, 1858. Creator: Charles Marville
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Opera (Rostral Column), c. 1875. Creator: Charles Marville (French, 1816-1879)
Opera (Rostral Column), c. 1875. Creator: Charles Marville (French, 1816-1879)
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View of the Small Grotto toward the Deer Pond, Bois de Boulogne, 1858. Creator: Charles Marville Featured Image

View of the Small Grotto toward the Deer Pond, Bois de Boulogne, 1858. Creator: Charles Marville

View of the Small Grotto toward the Deer Pond, Bois de Boulogne, 1858. Although better known for his architectural photographs of Paris, Marville also produced magical landscapes like this image. Carefully composed, the asymmetrical composition presents a picturesque scene of a waterfall flowing from a mound of boulders in the Bois de Boulogne, a forest annexed as a Parisian city park in 1852. The sunlight filtering through the foliage creates a remarkable range of tonal and textural detail, along with lively abstract patterns of light and shadow. Trained as a painter, lithographer, and engraver, Marville took up photography around 1850. He was named official photographer of Paris in 1862 and documented the buildings and neighborhoods ultimately destroyed when the boulevards and open spaces of modern Paris were built in the late 19th century

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