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03.3 Euro Peasant Types, Children, and Adolescents
Since the sixteenth century European artists have brought ordinary people and children into their studios to model for them. The resulting paintings are often “types” that would appeal to the market. Johnson painted such works, especially in the Hague, where he went to study Rembrandt and the Old Dutch Masters in 1851. —PH
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Hills no. 3.3.7
The Savoyard Boy
Alternate titles: possibly Een Savoijaard [A Savoyard]); possibly Savoyard; possibly The Savoyard; possibly The Young Savoyard; Savoyard Boy
Oil on canvas mounted on Masonite-like board
34 7/8 x 27 7/8 in. (88.6 x 70.8 cm)
Signed and dated lower left: E. Johnson./Hague 1853; upper right quadrant, incised in wall behind vine: E. Johnson
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Citation: Hills, Patricia, and Abigael MacGibeny. "The Savoyard Boy, 1853 (Hills no. 3.3.7)." Eastman Johnson Catalogue Raisonné. https://www.eastmanjohnson.org/catalogue/entry.php?id=23 (accessed on September 27, 2022).