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Auguste Clot Collection

Auguste Clot, a French artist known for his collaboration with renowned painters such as Felix Vallotton, Ambroise Vollard, Alfred Sisley, and Odilon Redon

Background imageAuguste Clot Collection: Le Gagnant (The Winner), 1898. Creators: Felix Vallotton, Ambroise Vollard

Le Gagnant (The Winner), 1898. Creators: Felix Vallotton, Ambroise Vollard
Le Gagnant (The Winner), 1898

Background imageAuguste Clot Collection: Banks of the River (Les Bords de riviere), 1897. Creators: Alfred Sisley

Banks of the River (Les Bords de riviere), 1897. Creators: Alfred Sisley
Banks of the River (Les Bords de riviere), 1897

Background imageAuguste Clot Collection: The Haunted House: Title Plate, 1896. Creator: Odilon Redon (French, 1840-1916); Auguste Clot

The Haunted House: Title Plate, 1896. Creator: Odilon Redon (French, 1840-1916); Auguste Clot
The Haunted House: Title Plate, 1896

Background imageAuguste Clot Collection: The Haunted House: The Width and Flatness of [the] Frontal [Bone], 1896. Creator: Odilon Redon

The Haunted House: The Width and Flatness of [the] Frontal [Bone], 1896. Creator: Odilon Redon
The Haunted House: The Width and Flatness of [the] Frontal [Bone], 1896

Background imageAuguste Clot Collection: The Haunted House: I Continued to Gaze on the Chair, and Fancied I Saw on it a Pale Blue

The Haunted House: I Continued to Gaze on the Chair, and Fancied I Saw on it a Pale Blue Misty Outline of a Human Figure, 1896

Background imageAuguste Clot Collection: The Haunted House: We Both Saw a Large Pale Light, 1896. Creator: Odilon Redon (French

The Haunted House: We Both Saw a Large Pale Light, 1896. Creator: Odilon Redon (French
The Haunted House: We Both Saw a Large Pale Light, 1896

Background imageAuguste Clot Collection: The Haunted House: Larvae So Bloodless and So Hideous, 1896. Creator: Auguste Clot (French

The Haunted House: Larvae So Bloodless and So Hideous, 1896. Creator: Auguste Clot (French
The Haunted House: Larvae So Bloodless and So Hideous, 1896

Background imageAuguste Clot Collection: The Haunted House: It Was a Hand, Seemingly as Much of Flesh and Blood as My Own, 1896

The Haunted House: It Was a Hand, Seemingly as Much of Flesh and Blood as My Own, 1896

Background imageAuguste Clot Collection: The Haunted House: He Kept His Eyes Fixed on Me with a Look so Strange, 1896. Creator

The Haunted House: He Kept His Eyes Fixed on Me with a Look so Strange, 1896. Creator
The Haunted House: He Kept His Eyes Fixed on Me with a Look so Strange, 1896

Background imageAuguste Clot Collection: The Buddha, 1895. Creator: Odilon Redon (French, 1840-1916); Auguste Clot (French

The Buddha, 1895. Creator: Odilon Redon (French, 1840-1916); Auguste Clot (French
The Buddha, 1895

Background imageAuguste Clot Collection: Mlle. Juliette Dodu, 1904. Creator: Odilon Redon (French, 1840-1916); Auguste Clot (French

Mlle. Juliette Dodu, 1904. Creator: Odilon Redon (French, 1840-1916); Auguste Clot (French
Mlle. Juliette Dodu, 1904

Background imageAuguste Clot Collection: Paul CA zanne Auguste Clot Large Bathers 1898

Paul CA zanne Auguste Clot Large Bathers 1898
Paul Cezanne, Auguste Clot: The Large Bathers, Paul Cezanne, Auguste Clot, Probably 1898, Lithograph printed in multiple colors on laid paper, Overall: 19 1/8 x 25 in. (48.6 x 63.5 cm)


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Auguste Clot, a French artist known for his collaboration with renowned painters such as Felix Vallotton, Ambroise Vollard, Alfred Sisley, and Odilon Redon. In 1898, he worked on "Le Gagnant (The Winner)" alongside Vallotton and Vollard. This piece showcases their artistic prowess in capturing the essence of victory. In 1897, Clot collaborated with Sisley on "Banks of the River (Les Bords de riviere). " The painting beautifully depicts the serene beauty of a riverside landscape, showcasing Sisley's mastery of Impressionism. One notable collaboration between Clot and Redon is seen in "The Haunted House" series from 1896. In this eerie collection, Clot's contribution can be observed in pieces like "Title Plate" and "Larvae So Bloodless and So Hideous. " These works evoke a sense of mystery and darkness through Redon's symbolic imagery. "The Buddha, " created by Redon and Clot in 1895, portrays their exploration of spiritual themes. The artwork captures the tranquility associated with Buddhism while showcasing both artists' ability to convey emotion through color and form. Clot also collaborated with Redon on portraits such as "Mlle. Juliette Dodu" in 1904. This portrait demonstrates their skillful rendering of human subjects while incorporating elements that reflect each artist's unique style. Additionally, Clot worked closely with Paul Cézanne on various projects including the creation of large bathers in 1898. Their combined efforts resulted in an impressive depiction of figures immersed within nature – a testament to Cézanne's innovative approach to composition. Throughout his career as a collaborator and printmaker extraordinaire, Auguste Clot left an indelible mark on art history through his partnerships with esteemed artists who pushed boundaries creatively.