The Artist's Studio, Paris 1902. Ambrose Patterson.
Ambrose Patterson

The Artist's Studio, Paris 1902

Oil on canvas
60 x 44.5 cm
Inscribed on reverse 51 Bd. St. JACQUES

Private collection, United Kingdom

In early 1902 Patterson moved into a studio at 51 Boulevard, St. Jacques in Montparnasse, next to the studio which had been occupied by Hugh Ramsay and J. S. McDonald. He remained there until about 1904 when he moved to Rue Leclerc.

In November 1906 Patterson held an exhibition at the Cercle Artistique et Literaire in Brussels.? The
exhibition included 101 works painted between 1902 and 1906 in Paris, England, Spain and Belgium.?
Subjects included studio interiors

We are grateful to Jane Alexander, author of Portrait of an Artist, Ambrose Patterson 1877-1966,
Jimaringle Publications, Mount Martha, Victoria, 1992, for her help in cataloguing this work

Item #559


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