Shepherd in the sheep stable by Charles Jacque.

Traditional shepherd dress. The sheep stable. Charles Jacque. Barbizon School.

The sheep stable.

Shepherd in the sheep stable. Painted by Charles Jacque (1813-1894).

The artist was a French animal (sheep) and landscape painter and graphic artist versatile of the Barbizon School. In the natural performance of nature, which was new at the time, he worshiped the Dutch etcher of the 17th century.

Note:  Sardine Fishermen from Belle Isle, Brittany, France.

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