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From Paris to New Orleans: Celebrating Louisiana's French Heritage

From Paris to New Orleans: Celebrating Louisiana’s French Heritage

Important Paintings from the Collection of Merryl Israel Aron
Louis Marie De Schryver, “Les Premières Fleurs”
The May 21-22 sale at New Orleans Auction Galleries celebrates the cultural melding of New Orleans and the city’s rich French heritage through a focus on the Louisiana collector’s love of French art.

Works include paintings by Jean Béraud, Louis Marie De Schryver and Eugène Galien-Laloue, amongst others, from the Collection of Merryl Israel Aron. Several examples are set in Belle Époque Paris, with its familiar Haussmann boulevards, populated with flower vendors, fashionable bourgeoisie and the coquettes.

Paris at the turn of the century was an epicenter of commerce and opportunity. With the Industrial Revolution came shops, theaters, cafés and bars and grand boulevards to accommodate the flourishing economy. Similarly, New Orleans was a city teeming with cultural diversity and prosperity at the turn of the century.

With the birth of jazz and the French-Creole restaurants and cafés, New Orleans became an increasingly popular destination for visitors from throughout the Southern United States and beyond. Many of the city’s elite became patrons of art, theater and ballet, and their personal collections are reflective of this unique cultural landscape with a seamless mix of important regional and French paintings, sculpture and furniture.

Louis Marie De Schryver, “La Marchande de Fleurs, Avenue de L’Opéra"
Jean Béraud, “Une Parisienne” Vittorio Matteo Corcos, “Due Damme Eleganti”
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