David Émile Joseph de Noter (1825 - 1892) Vegetables in a flowerpot, still life Oil on panel signed lower right David de Noter.
David-Émile-Joseph De Noter hailed from a clan of artisans, each kinfolk—his father, Jean-Baptiste de Noter, his uncle, Pierre-François, his cousins Anne, Auguste, and Joséphine, not to mention his progeny, Raphaël-Marie—dabbling in the art of brushstrokes, specializing in the rendition of landscapes or the delicate dance of fruits and flowers.
Young David Émile Joseph embarked on his artistic odyssey in Ghent, Belgium, under the watchful eye of his father, Jean-Baptiste André de Noter (1787-1855), a painter of urban tales celebrated in the galleries of Belgium and France.
David's canvas narratives unfolded in devotion to the poetry of fruits and blossoms, alongside the intricacies of interiors and genre scenes, a hymn to still life painted in the hues of oil and watercolor. His brushes swept across Brussels, where in ...
... 1845, he claimed a silver medal, and in 1854, a gilded accolade. The annals of the Paris Salon witnessed his artistic waltz in 1853, 1855, and 1864.
The Brussels air eventually whispered permanence to De Noter's wandering soul, where he spun his tapestry of interiors—each stroke a testament to meticulous craft. Algiers became a haven of inspiration, and the Paris Salons became echoes of his artistic revelations.
This work before you, a symphony of his mature strokes, unfolds within the walls of a kitchen—an homage to harmony and equilibrium. De Noter, a maestro in minutiae, etches each detail with a careful caress.
His legacy, an echo through time, resounds in the corridors of esteem. A chance meeting with Baron Henri Leys charted a course where De Noter, entrusted with the sacred duty, painted the vitality of vegetables, fruits, and flowers. Awards adorned his journey—a bronze tribute at the Paris Salon of 1845, a golden laurel in Brussels in 1854.
The echoes of De Noter's art find their homes in the hallowed spaces of museums—Amsterdam, Breslau, Brussels, Cambrai, Coutrai, Mechelen, Mulhouse, Philadelphia, Prague, and Saint Petersburg bear witness to the indelible brushstrokes of a maestro.
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