Family in an Interior, (1885) by Charles Bertrand D'Entraygues
Charles Bertrand D'Entraygues (1850-1929, French)
Charles Bertrand d'Entraygues was a French artist known for his genre paintings featuring scenes of children playing and families gathered around the dinner table. He studied under Isidore Pils at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris and made his Salon debut in 1876. His work was popular among bourgeois art collectors, and he exhibited at the Salon almost every year until 1906. His paintings were well received by both the public and academic critics, and he also courted American art collectors.
Oil on canvas over masonite
18.5" H x 24.75" W