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    FRANK BOGGS ( 1855 / 1926 )
    Paris, the Hôtel de Ville seen from the Pont d'Arcole
    Oil on canvas signed and dated (18)84 lower left
    184 x 131cm
    Museums: Boston, Montreal, Mulhouse, Nantes, New York, Niort.
    Frank BOGGS (Frank Myers Boggs) 1855 – 1926 (American – naturalized French and active in France)
    Painter of urban landscapes, seascapes – watercolourist – engraver – draftsman
    In Paris, he was a student at the School of Fine Arts and then exhibited regularly at the Salon des Artistes Français - In 1885, he exhibited in New York and in Chicago in 1893 alongside the American Impressionists. In love with Paris, its quays and of his monuments, attached to the banks of the Seine all along its course – an insatiable admirer of French and foreign ports, he multiplied the views of these sites in solidly built paintings – with skies swept by clouds, often covered. – Thus F. Boggs paints in Normandy, Brittany, Holland, England and Venice – His favorite motifs are rivers and ports whose aquatic element allows him to suggest the multiple nuances of the atmosphere.
    He also distinguished himself with his much appreciated watercolours.

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    FRANK BOGGS ( 1855 / 1926 )
    Paris, the Hôtel de Ville seen from the Pont d'Arcole
    Oil on canvas signed and dated (18)84 lower left
    184 x 131cm
    Museums: Boston, Montreal, Mulhouse, Nantes, New York, Niort.
    Frank BOGGS (Frank Myers Boggs) 1855 – 1926 (American – naturalized French and active in France)
    Painter of urban landscapes, seascapes – watercolourist – engraver – draftsman
    In Paris, he was a student at the School of Fine Arts and then exhibited regularly at the Salon des Artistes Français - In 1885, he exhibited in New York and in Chicago in 1893 alongside the American Impressionists. In love with Paris, its quays and of his monuments, attached to the banks of the Seine all along its course – an insatiable admirer of French and foreign ports, he multiplied the views of these sites in solidly built paintings – with skies swept by clouds, often covered. – Thus F. Boggs paints in Normandy, Brittany, Holland, England and Venice – His favorite motifs are rivers and ports whose aquatic element allows him to suggest the multiple nuances of the atmosphere.
    He also distinguished himself with his much appreciated watercolours.

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