Monday, March 11, 2013

Ernest Bieler (7)

Mountain Landscape, 1896. Oil on Canvas

Vers chez Le Guérisseur, 1900

Girls braiding straw, 1906

Portrait of Edouard Rod, 1909

The Sheep Montorge, 1913

 Ernest Bieler, Trois Jeunes Filles

Oil on Canvas

Ernest Biéler (July 31, 1863 in Rolle, Switzerland- June 25, 1948 in Lausanne) was a multi-talented Swiss painter, draughtsman and printmaker. He worked in oil, tempera, watercolour, gouache, ink, charcoal, pastels, acrylic and pencil. He also created mosaics and stained glass windows.
After completing his education in Lausanne, he studied at the académie Julian in Paris. In 1900, he received the silver medal of the Exposition Universelle of Paris. He founded with Raphaël Ritz,Edouard Vallet and others, the Ecole of Savièse.[1] He was made a Knight of the Légion d'honneur.[2]Although he travelled widely, he remained attached to Savièse and often depicted scenes of peasant life with a remarkable degree of detail. Bieler also produced stained glass windows for the church and the federal building in Bern, and decorated a ceiling for the City Theatre in Berne.

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