Does anyone know or have info about a painter signed 'Brochette'?

Discussion in 'Art' started by Robert Walker, Mar 26, 2020.

  1. Robert Walker

    Robert Walker Love to learn...

    Hi All,

    First of all i hope you (and loved ones) are all in good health! I one a painting that is signed 'Bochette'. I've tried on different occasions, but can't find any info on him. I don't seem to be the only one, I have seen his work at auctions, also then, it just states
    'B fullsizeoutput_2a6b.jpg 'Bochette' (The title is usually a description of the painting.) Work I have seen by him are landscape scenes of places in Europe and some 'oriental street scenes', like mine. (My guess is that this 'impasto' painting is prob a imagined representation of Constantinopel'.) Does anyone know this artist, and have info on him?

    Take care,

    Robert.
     
  2. Debora

    Debora Well-Known Member

    Robert, please be kind enough to post photographs of the entire piece both front and back including the frame. Please also post a close-up photograph of the signature along with close-up photographs of any stickers, labels and/or handwritten notations on the painting's back. It does not appear to be a scene of pre-1930 Istanbul based on the architecture and the costumes. (The traditional Turkish headgear is the fez.)

    Debora
     
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  3. i need help

    i need help Well-Known Member

    1F5A244C-F3F1-461D-9515-BE2E6E849E58.jpeg Something showing on PickClick under Boschelle Middle Eastern, but telling me it’s not secure link.
     
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  4. Bronwen

    Bronwen Well-Known Member

    I'm seeing Boschette, but then I'm always seeing things that aren't there.
     
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  5. Bronwen

    Bronwen Well-Known Member

  6. Fid

    Fid Well-Known Member

    I'd rather go for Boschetti - an Italian family name.
     
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  7. flipper

    flipper Well-Known Member

    Robert did forget the "s" in his description.
     
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  8. say_it_slowly

    say_it_slowly STAY SAFE The worst prison is a closed heart

    I fiddled with the sig (which probably doesn't really help) and I'm wondering if it's Boschelle. The crosses of the "t's" seem to be a different color than the rest of the sig.

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  9. Houseful

    Houseful Well-Known Member

    I also think it’s Boschelle. The ll line is the base/shadow of the figure and not the t crossbar.
    The figures look very similar to Roberts painting. Think the painter was having a heavy impasto day.
     
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  10. Robert Walker

    Robert Walker Love to learn...

    Thank you all. Sorry, you are right: I misspelled the name. I first thought it might be BoschettI. I looked at the link above. It could be him. I'll ask a friend who is a painter if he thinks its by the same 'hand'. I'm really not sure. I haven't tried 'Boschelle' though. I was convinced it was a T. Love the color enhancement- looks good. Haha. Anyway, all the info has helped me on my way, and gives me more to look at- so thank you again. Take care.
     
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  11. Robert Walker

    Robert Walker Love to learn...

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  12. Robert Walker

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    mmm, I found several paintings online. All recognizable by his signature. But no one mentioned more then his name: 'Boschelle'. Some what of an enigma, it seems. Haha.
     
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  13. Houseful

    Houseful Well-Known Member

  14. Robert Walker

    Robert Walker Love to learn...

    Thank you for you reply. Next time I will post photo's as suggested. (In all honesty I wanted to, but had some technical difficulties, and left it after a while. I completely agree; you need more info, and the back of a painting gives a lot of info.) Also, I agree it's def mid century this painting. I asked a Turkish friend what he thought of the clothing, he thought in could be 'an imaginaire depiction of the past'. That's what I meant to say. All the best, R.
     
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  15. Robert Walker

    Robert Walker Love to learn...

    O! Whow! I completely overlooked that post. It's because my painting is so much the same as that picture, I thought it was my picture! (No I see he painted to similar scene's from a slightly different angle. Mmm, next time I will pay better attention!;)
     
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  16. Robert Walker

    Robert Walker Love to learn...

    Thank you!!!
     
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