Title page for ETD etd-06032014-180631


Type of Document Master's Thesis
Author Guillory, Alexandria Samantha
URN etd-06032014-180631
Title Louise Josephine Sarazin de Belmont: Her Inspirations and Innovations
Degree Master of Arts (M.A.)
Department Art
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Spieth, Darius Committee Chair
Marchand, Suzanne Committee Member
Savage, Matthew Committee Member
Keywords
  • Sarazin de Belmont
  • Louise Josephine
Date of Defense 2014-05-02
Availability unrestricted
Abstract
Mademoiselle Louise Josephine Sarazin de Belmont (1790-1870) was a landscape painter, born in Versailles, France. A gifted artist with natural talent, she studied under Pierre Henri Valenciennes. Though not his most remembered pupil, her work was picturesque and popular in the French art market. Sarazin de Belmont had no patrons and relied on auction sales to fund her lifestyle as a traveling artist. Venturing from Naples, Rome, and Sicily to the Pyrénées Mountains of France, she evaluated the romantic vistas of the masters who came before her. After becoming the first female artist to have her works sold in a solo auction, the innovative Sarazin de Belmont promoted her works beyond the auction block. During her lifetime she donated at least six original paintings to museums throughout France. This generosity served to place her in the collections of established museums and to ensure that her work would be experienced by future generations. More than talent, Sarazin de Belmont possessed an independent spirit and a bold nature which drove her to make her career exactly what she desired it to be.
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