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|Named Person:||Johan Barthold Jongkind; Louis Adolphe Beugniet; Pierre-Firmin Martin|
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Archival Material, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Johan Barthold Jongkind; Louis Adolphe Beugniet; Eugène Boudin; Philippe de Chennevières; Pierre-Firmin Martin; Oscar Simon
|Description:||0.5 linear feet ( box)|
Series I consists of 45 letters to the dealer Pierre Martin, written from Paris and Rotterdam. Jongkind discusses his business affairs with Martin, mentioning paintings he is sending to the dealer, works in progress, exhibitions, and personal and financial matters. He writes of the war, of art education and of paintings by Constant Troyon and Eugène Isabey. Included are three documents pertaining to the shipment of paintings to Martin.
Series II consists of five letters to Adolphe Beugniet, written from Paris and Rotterdam, in which Jongkind mentions paintings and discusses Martin's success as a picture dealer.
Series III consists of letters to artists and collectors, including Eugène Boudin (1863), the Marquis de Chennevières regarding the sale of a painting to the state (1863), Oscar Simon (1870), the Delaurier (1880, 1881), with mention of old master paintings and Barbizon artists, and the collector Vial, discussing the possible sale of a painting (1876, 1886).