The Cleveland Museum of Art

Collection Online as of March 2, 2024

A Shepherd with His Flock

A Shepherd with His Flock

1800s
Location: not on view

Description

The notion of the pastoral ideal is made explicit in the work of Jacque. In 1849, along with Jean-François Millet, Jacque moved to the village of Barbizon, which by then was an established artist’s colony. There he painted, drew, and etched rustic landscapes in which man and nature coexist in perfect harmony.
  • Signs of Affection: Gifts Honoring the Museum's 75th Anniversary. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH (organizer) (October 27, 1992-January 3, 1993).
    Nature Sublime: Landscapes from the 19th Century. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH (organizer) (August 15-November 14, 2004).
    CMA, French Drawings from the Collection (Dec. 13, 1994-Mar. 12, 1995).
    CMA, Signs of Affection: Gifts Honoring the Museum's Seventy-Fifth Anniversary (Oct. 27, 1992-Jan. 17, 1993).
    Cleveland, Ohio: The Cleveland Museum of Art; 8/15/04-11/14/04. "Nature Sublime: Landscapes from the 19th Century". No exhibition catalogue.
  • {{cite web|title=A Shepherd with His Flock|url=false|author=Charles-Émile Jacque|year=1800s|access-date=02 March 2024|publisher=Cleveland Museum of Art}}

Source URL:

https://www.clevelandart.org/art/1991.210