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A Jongkind bibliography, in chronological order
(Unless otherwise stated, all works are in French.)
November 2009


Title:  Tableaux et aquarelles par feu J. B. Jongkind
(Paintings and watercolours by the late J. B. Jongkind)
Author:  Hôtel Drouot, Paris
Editor:  (idem)
Printed by:  Boussod, Valadon & Cie, Asnières (France)
Year:  1891
Format:  100 pages, sepia plates, 175 x 190 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This moving document, with a preface by Louis de Fourcaud, is the catalogue issued for the first posthumous sale of Jongkind's art, which took place 5 and 6 December 1891 at the Hôtel Drouot in Paris. 66 paintings and 123 water-colours were put on sale.
The presiding auctioneer was Maître Léon Tual, assisted by Mr M. P. Détrimont.
Title:  Tableaux et aquarelles de Jongkind
(Paintings and watercolours by Jongkind)
Author:  Galeries Durand-Ruel, Paris
Editor:  (idem)
Printed by:  Nouvelle imprimerie E. Lasnier, Paris
Year:  1899
Format:  22 pages, text, 200 x 125 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This is the catalogue of the Jongkind exhibition held in the mythically famous Galeries Durand-Ruel in Paris from 15 May to 10 June 1899.
Title:  Exposition rétrospective de Johan Barthold Jongkind
(A retrospective exhibition of Johan Barthold Jongkind)
Author:  Galerie Emmanuel Fenoglio, Grenoble (Isère, France)
Editor:  (idem)
Printed by:  Imprimerie générale, Grenoble
Year:  1914
Format:  42 pages, black and white illustrations, 210 x 120 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This is the catalogue for the retrospective exhibition of Jongkind's work by the Galerie Emmanuel Fenoglio.There were 95 water-colours, 6 oils, 1 sketch and 5 etchings on exhibition; 89 of these were available for purchase.
Title:  Jongkind raconté par lui même
(Jongkind in his own words)
Author:  Étienne MOREAU-NÉLATON
Editor:  Librairie Renouard, Henri Laurens, Paris
Year:  1918
Format:  182 pages, black and white illustrations, 280 x 203 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This is a work of high quality, the reference for all that concerns Jongkind.
  Étienne Moreau-Nélaton (1859-1927) was an artist and historian/collector of French art; he is known for his monographs on Corot, Delacroix, Manet, Millet and Jongkind, and for the important collection of paintings and drawings,which he finally donated to the national museums.
Title:  Jongkind
Author:  Paul SIGNAC
Editor:  G. Crès & Cie, Paris
Printed by:  A. Rey, Lyon (Rhône, France)
Year:  1927
Format:  220 pages, black and white illustrations, 260 x 185 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  Paul Signac (1863-1935) worked with Georges Seurat to create the technique of pointillisme. He was influenced by Monet and was one of the founders of the "Society of independent artists".
As he is known to have remarked: "Why complain of bad taste, if we do nothing to train the eye?"
Title:  Nederland-Frankrijk Tentoonstelling Jongkind
Author:  Pulchri Studio, The Hague (Netherlands) -
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Editor:  (idem)
Year:  1930
Format:  40 pages, black and white illustrations, 220 x 150 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This is the catalogue produced for the Jongkind exhibition at The Hague and Amsterdam, March and April 1930.
Title:  Jongkind
Author:  Paul COLIN
Editor:  Rieder, Paris
Collection:  Maîtres de l'art moderne
Year:  1931
Format:  64 pages of text and 65 black and white plates, 200 x 155 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  Paul Colin (1892-1985) was a poster painter who had studied the arts at Nancy (France). He first exhibited in Nancy at the end of the 1914-1918 war. In 1930 he opened the first school of poster art.
Title:  Jongkind
Author:  Claude ROGER-MARX
Editor:  G. Crès & Cie, Paris
Collection:  Le musée ancien
Printed by:  Braun & Cie, Mulhouse-Dornach (France)
Year:  1932
Format:  19 pages of text and 64 black and white plates,195 x 145 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  Claude Roger-Marx (Nancy 1859 - Paris 1913) was a famous French writer and art critic, and the author, most notably, of "L'art social", published in 1913.
Title:  Peintures, aquarelles, dessins et eaux-fortes de Jongkind
(Paintings, watercolours, drawings and etchings by Jongkind)
Author:  Galerie Guy Stein, Paris
Editor:  (idem)
Printed by:  Le Dragon, Paris
Year:  1936
Format:  24 pages of text, 135 x 105 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This is the catalogue of the Jongkind exhibition in the Galerie Guy Stein, Paris, 16 - 30 November 1936.
Title:  Aquarelles de Jongkind
(Jongkind's water-colours)
Author:  Institut néerlandais, Paris
Editor:  (idem)
Printed by:  Les presses artistiques, Paris
Year:  1932
Format:  130 pages, colour and black and white illustrations, 240 x 210 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  The catalogue of the Jongkind exhibition organised by the Institut néerlandais, rue de Lille, Paris, from 30 January to 14 March 1972. Victorine Hefting was the organiser and curator of the exhibition.
Title:  Catalogue de l'exposition du cinquantenaire de la mort de Jongkind
(Catalogue of the exhibition held for the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Jongkind)
Authors:  Henry DEBRAYE, André FARCY
Editor:  Grenoble Museum (Isère, France)
Printed by:  Grand établissement de l'imprimerie générale, Grenoble
Year:  1941
Format:  150 pages, black and white illustrations, 240 x 150 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This is the catalogue of the exhibition held in the Museum of Grenoble from October to December 1941, for the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Jongkind. The catalogue has a preface by André Farcy (1882-1950), the curator of the Grenoble Art Museum. It is thanks to Farcy that France's first museum of modern art was created, one of the first in the world.
Title:  Jongkind
Author:  George BESSON
Editor:  Braun & Cie, Paris
Collection:  Collection des Maîtres
Printed by:  Braun & Cie, Mulhouse-Dornach (France)
Year:  1941
Format:  60 pages, black and white illustrations, 160 x 120 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  George Besson (1882-1971) was a highly reputed art collector and critic from the Franc-Comtoise region of France; he was a familiar figure in literary and artistic circles in the first half of the twentieth century. He was also an editor and publisher and for both personal and professional reasons he exchanged lengthy correspondance with many of the artists, writers and politicians of his age.
Title:  J. B. Jongkind, précurseur de l'impressionnisme
(J. B. Jongkind, precursor of the impressionists)
Author:  Galerie Jacques Dubourg, Paris
Editor:  (idem)
Printed by:  Lahure, Paris
Year:  1942
Format:  20 pages, black and white illustrations, 240 x 160 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This is the catalogue of the Jongkind exhibition presented by the Galerie Jacques Dubourg, Paris, May and June 1942.
  In his preface Jacques Dubourg writes: "We have tried to bring together works of J. B. Jongkind from the 1846 - 1890 period, highlighting the development of this artist's genius, which opened the way for the Impressionnist movement".
Title:  J. B. Jongkind
Author:  M. F. HENNUS
Editor:  Uitgave van H.J.W. Becht thr Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Year:  1946
Format:  60 pages, black and white illustrations, 260 x 190 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This work is in Dutch.
Title:  Johan Barthold Jongkind
Author:  Anita FESSER DE MADERO
Editor:  Amigos Del Libro, Buenos Aires (Argentina)
Printed by:  Los talleres graficos de Guillermo Kraft, Buenos Aires
Year:  1948
Format:  16 pages, black and white illustrations, 210 x 150 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This is a pamphlet written in Spanish by Anita Fesser de Madero, the grand-daughter of Joséphine Fesser.
Title:  Jongkind 1819-1891
Author:  Musée de l'Orangerie, Paris
Editor:  Les presses artistiques, Paris
Printed by:  (idem)
Year:  1949
Format:  50 pages, black and white illustrations, 210 x 160 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This is the catalogue of the Jongkind exhibition organised under the patronage of the French and Dutch governments in the framework of the Franco-Dutch cultural agreement.
Title:  Jongkind, Boudin
Author:  Galerie Alfred Daber, Paris
Editor:  (idem)
Printed by:  Frazier-Soye, Paris
Year:  1951
Format:  18 pages, black and white illustrations, 220 x 160 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This is the catalogue for the "Marines et paysages" exhibition (Land- and sea-scapes) held at the Galerie Alfred Daber, bd Haussmann, Paris, 9 February - 3 March 1951.
Title:  Exposition Jongkind (1819-1891)
(Jongkind exhibition (1819-1891))
Author:  Town of Vienne (Isère, France)
Editor:  (idem)
Printed by:  Blanchard Frères, Vienne
Year:  1953
Format:  12 pages, black and white illustrations, 220 x 110 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  Catalogue of the exhibition organised in Vienne for the 150th anniversary of the birth of the composer Hector Berlioz. A number of objects and documents belonging to Jongkind were presented to the Hector Berlioz museum on this occasion. This was the start of the first Jongkind museum.
Title:  Jongkind
Author:  George BESSON
Editor:  Braun & Cie, Paris
Collection:  Les Maîtres
Printed by:  Braun & Cie, Mulhouse-Dornach (France)
Year:  1955
Format:  60 pages, black and white illustrations, 160 x 120 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  George Besson (1882-1971) was a highly reputed art collector and critic from the Franc-Comtoise region of France; he was a familiar figure in literary and artistic circles in the first half of the twentieth century. He was also an editor and publisher and for both personal and professional reasons he exchanged lengthy correspondance with many of the artists, writers and politicians of his age.
Title:  Jongkind, aquarelles du Dauphiné
(Jongkind, watercolours of the Dauphiné)
Author:  Grenoble Museum (Isère, France)
Editor:  (idem)
Printed by:  Allier, Grenoble
Year:  1955
Format:  36 pages, black and white illustrations, 210 x 130 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This is the catalogue of the exhibition devoted exclusively to the artist's Dauphiné period: "the period which, together with his Honfleur period, is the most important, most varied, and most appreciated".
  These were the terms used by Jean Leymarier, curator of the Museum of Grenoble, to conclude his preface.
Title:  Jongkind, Boudin
Author:  Galerie Lucien Blanc, Aix-en-Provence (France)
Editor:  (idem)
Printed by:  Makaire, Aix-en-Provence
Year:  1958
Format:  88 pages, black and white illustrations, 270 x 210 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  Catalogue of the exhibition of Jongkind and Boudin's works held at the Galerie Lucien Blanc in Aix-en-Provence, 14 July to 14 August 1958.
Title:  Jongkind, peintures et aquarelles
(Jongkind, paintings and watercolours)
Author:  Galerie Alfred Daber, Paris
Editor:  (idem)
Printed by:  Union, Paris
Year:  1960
Format:  30 pages, black and white illustrations, 270 x 160 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This is the catalogue of the Jongkind exhibition in the Galerie Alfred Daber, Paris, from 11 May to 4 June 1960.
Title:  Jongkind
Authors:  Town of Honfleur (France) - Société des artistes honfleurais - Musée Eugène Boudin
Editor:  Town of Honfleur
Printed by:  Haize, Honfleur
Year:  1963
Format:  25 pages, black and white illustrations, 240 x 160 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  Catalogue of the exhibition on Jongkind organised from 21 July to 31 August 1963, a hommage to Johan Barthold Jongkind on the centenary of his first visit to Honfleur in 1863. Jongkind lived and painted in Honfleur from 1863 to 1865.
Title:  Jongkind 1819-1891
Author:  Galerie Schmit, Paris
Editor:  (idem)
Printed by:  Dernières nouvelles de Strasbourg
Year:  1966
Format:  162 pages, black and white illustrations, 240 x 200 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  Catalogue of the Jongkind exhibition of 4 May to 4 June 1966, at the Galerie Schmit, Paris.
Title:  Jongkind d'après sa correspondance
(Jongkind through his correspondance)
Author:  Victorine HEFTING
Editor:  Haentjens Dekker & Gumbert, Utrecht (Netherlands)
Year:  1968
Format:  185 pages, black and white illustrations, 250 x 180 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  A remarkable effort by the author of exhaustive research. This is a major reference.
Title:  Jongkind en Dauphiné
(Jongkind in the Dauphiné region)
Author:  Bruno DARDELET
Editor:  L'art et la lettre, Grenoble (Isère, France)
Printed by:  Dardelet, Grenoble
Year:  1969
Format:  4 pages and 10 illustrations, colour and black and white illustrations, 240 x 240 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This brochure (no. 2) was published exclusively by "L'art et la lettre" in 2000 copies. It presents 10 plates of water-colours from the Grenoble Museum. It was issued as a hommage to the work of Joseph Laforge, curator at the Grenoble Museum. In the Dauphiné region the name of Laforge is closely associated with that of Jongkind, for Laforge was a strong defender of Jongkind and of art in general in the region.
Title:  Aquarelles de Jongkind
(Jongkind's water-colours)
Author:  Institut néerlandais, Paris
Editor:  (idem)
Printed by:  Les presses artistiques, Paris
Year:  1971
Format:  130 pages, colour and black and white illustrations, 240 x 210 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This is the catalogue of the Jongkind exhibition organised by the Institut néerlandais, rue de Lille, Paris, 30 January to 14 March 1971. The exhibition curator was Victorine Hefting.
Title:  Aquarelles de Jongkind
(Jongkind's water-colours)
Author:  Institut néerlandais, Paris
Editor:  (idem)
Printed by:  Les presses artistiques, Paris
Year:  1971
Format:  32 pages, colour and black and white illustrations, 240 x 210 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This is a catalogue produced for young visitors. The opening text is very clear: "This is a catalogue exclusively for the young. Its consultation is strictly forbidden to those of 18 years or over."
It is the "children's version" of the Jongkind exhibition organised by the Institut néerlandais, rue de Lille, Paris, 30 January to 14 March 1971.
Title:  Jongkind, sa vie, son œuvre, son époque
(Jongkind, his life, his work and his times)
Author:  Victorine HEFTING
Editor:  Arts et Métiers Graphiques, Flammarion, Paris
Printed by:  Paul Attinger, Neuchâtel, Suisse
Year:  1975
ISBN:  2-7004-0012-7
Format:  448 pages, colour and black and white illustrations, 297 x 210 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This is a major work of reference. The study of Jongkind's work is illustrated with 820 examples of his art.
Title:  L'univers de Jongkind
(Jongkind's universe)
Author:  Victorine HEFTING
Editor:  Henri Screpel, Paris
Printed by:  LIBE s.p.a. (Italy)
Year:  1976
Format:  95 pages, colour illustrations, 235 x 240 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  A collection of water-colours with commentary by the author. An excellent work on Jongkind.
Title:  Jongkind and the Pre-impressionists: Painters of the Ecole Saint-Siméon
Author:  Charles C. CUNNINGHAM
Editor:  Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts (USA)
Printed by:  Danzi, Voiron (Isère, France)
Year:  1977
Format:  168 pages, black and white illustrations, 250 x 180 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This work is in English. It introduces what is not formally recognised as a school of painting. The painter Eugène Boudin was often to be found staying with "Mother Toutain" on her Saint Siméon farm in Normandy; in the company of friends: Millet, Achard, Jongkind, Monet, Hamelin, Courbet... In fact in the period from 1850 to 1870 some of the greatest of artists were to visit the Saint Siméon farm. Thus justifying the notion of a "Saint Siméon school".
Title:  Le "Père Jonquille",
Jongkind à La Côte-Saint-André

("Père Jonquille", Jongkind at La Côte-Saint-André)
Author:  René BERGERET
Printed by:  Liberté, Bourgoin-Jallieu (Isère, France)
Year:  1981
Format:  8 pages, text, 240 x 155 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This little brochure is an extract from "Evocations", the newsletter of the Geographical and Historical Studies of the Lower Dauphiné Region Group ("groupe d'études historiques et géographiques du Bas-Dauphiné").
  René Bergeret was the mayor of Jongkind's French home town, La Côte-Saint-André (Isère, France). He was also President of the town's Philately club. He was finally able, after a long and dogged campaign, to persuade the French Post Office to publish a stamp celebrating one of Jongkind's works. The stamp was first-day-issued on 27 October 2001 at La Côte-Saint-André.
Title:  Jongkind 1819-1891
Editor:  Town of La Côte-Saint-André (Isère, France)
Year:  1991
Format:  25 pages, colour illustrations, 240 x 220 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  Catalogue of the Jongkind exhibition organised from 29 March to 21 April 1991 by the town of La Côte-Saint-André on the fiftieth anniversary of Jongkind's death.
Title:  Jongkind, een Hollander in Frankrijk
(Jongkind, a Dutchman in France)
Authors:  John SILLEVIS, Elisabeth STATES-VISCHER
Editor:  Walburg Pers, Zeister Kunststiching
Year:  1991
ISBN:  90-60011-774-3
Format:  72 pages, colour and black and white illustrations, 200 x 210 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This work is in Dutch.
Title:  J. B. Jongkind, Dutch plastic art
Author:  Victorine BAKKER-HEFTING
Editor:  The N.Y. Vhemigrafische Kunstinrichting Union, Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Printed by:  N.V. Drukkerij C.J. Thieme, Nijmegen (Netherlands)
Year:   
Format:  40 pages, black and white illustrations, 240 x 170 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  This is a short work in English, translated from the Dutch by Roy Edwards. It opens with the Pissarro's notable remark: "If he had not been, we would not have been".
Title:  Jongkind, au fil de l'eau
(Jongkind's way with water)
Author:  Anne-Marie BERGERET-GOURBIN
Editor:  Herscher, Paris
Collection:  Le musée miniature
Printed by:  I.M.E., Baume-les-Dames (France)
Year:  1994
ISBN:  2-7335-0229-8
Format:  65 pages, colour illustrations, 180 x 230 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  An album by Anne-Marie Bergeret-Gourbin, head curator of the Musée Eugène Boudin in Honfleur (France), presenting some fifty works by the artist; oils, water-colours, sketches...
Title:  Jongkind 1819-1891
Editor:  Galerie Brame & Lorenceau, Paris
Printed by:  Drapeau-Graphique, Luçon (France)
Year:  1996
Format:  165 pages, colour illustrations, 265 x 210 mm
Notes:  On sale in bookshops or directly from Brame & Lorenceau, 68 bd Malesherbes, 75008 Paris
Description:  Catalogue, with preface by Adolphe Stein, of the Jongkind exhibition held from 1 June to 5 July 1996 by the Galerie Brame & Lorenceau in Paris and from 12 July to 15 September 1996 at the Centre international d'art et d'animation at Le Poët Laval (Drôme, France).
Title:  J. B. Jongkind (1819-1891)
Author:  Musée Mainssieux, Voiron (Isère, France)
Editor:  (idem)
Printed by:  Danzi, Voiron
Year:  1997
Format:  112 pages, colour illustrations, 270 x 210 mm
Notes:  Out of print
Description:  Catalogue of the exhibition of Jongkind's works at the Mainssieux museum in Voiron, 27 September to 27 December 1997.
"Lucien Mainssieux, who was born and who died in Voiron (1885-1958), was one of the first young artists of the early 20th century to visit Jongkind's workshop at La Côte-Saint-André. It is thanks to Mainssieux that the Dutch master's art is now known and loved in the Dauphiné. He owned over forty of his works."
Title:  Johan Barthold Jongkind (1819-1891)
vu par un ami de la famille Fesser

(Johan Barthold Jongkind (1819-1891)
as seen by a friend of the Fesser family)
Author:  Adolphe POITOUT
Editor:  Société des amis de Jongkind, Paris
Printed by:  Danzi, Voiron (Isère, France)
Year:  1999
ISBN:  2-9513839-0-8
Format:  185 pages, text, 240 x 160 mm
Notes:  On sale in bookshops
Description:  This work is prefaced by Jean-Maurice Rieu, President and founder of the Friends of Jongkind Society:
"Adolphe Poitout (1857-1913) was a teacher at the Martinière College in Lyon. He had taught two members of the Fesser family and had amassed a host of anecdotes about the painter which he had hoped to exploit in a thesis, which was finally never published."
Title:  Jongkind, aquarelles
(Jongkind, Watercolours)
Author:  John SILLEVIS
Editor:  Bibliothèque de l'image, Paris
Printed by:  Pollina S.A., Luçon (France)
Year:  2002
ISBN:  2-914661-35-5
Format:  95 pages, colour illustrations, 250 x 290 mm
Notes:  On sale in bookshops
Description:  An album of water-colours in the possession of the Paris national museums. John Sillevis is curator at the Gemeentemuseum, The Hague (Netherlands).
Title:  Jongkind tome I - Peintures
(Jongkind volume I - Paintings)
Authors:  Adolphe STEIN, Sylvie BRAME, François LORENCEAU, Janine SINIZERGUES
Editor:  Galerie Brame & Lorenceau, Paris
Printed by:  Frazier, Paris
Year:  2003
ISBN:  2-9510156-6-6
Format:  355 pages, 850 catalogued works in colour and black and white, 320 x 240 mm
Notes:  On sale in bookshops or directly from Brame & Lorenceau, 68 bd Malesherbes, 75008 Paris
Description:  This huge critical catalogue is held to be a reference in the field. Adolphe Stein (1913-2002) started his project to catalogue the work of "this great Dutch devil" in 1960; he had immense admiration for the painter.
Title:  Johan Barthold Jongkind
Author:  Collectif
Editor:  Gemeentemuseum, The Hague (Netherlands)
Printed by:  Waanders-Drukkers, Zwolle (Netherlands)
Year:  2003
ISBN:  90-400-8860-8
Format:  232 pages, illustrations couleur, 300 x 245 mm
Notes:  On sale in bookshops in the Netherlands
Description:  Catalogue, in Dutch, of the international exhibition of Jongkind's works which was held at The Hague (Netherlands), from 11 October 2003 to 17 January 2004, in Cologne (Germany) from 6 February to 8 May 2004, and in Paris (France) from 2 June to 5 September 2004.
Title:  Jongkind, au fil de l'eau
(Jongkind's way with water)
Author:  Anne-Marie BERGERET-GOURBIN
Editor:  Herscher, Paris
Collection:  Le musée miniature
Printed by:  I.M.E., Baume-les-Dames (France)
Year:  2004
ISBN:  2-7335-0369-3
Format:  65 pages, colour illustrations, 180 x 230 mm
Notes:  On sale in bookshops
Description:  This is a re-edition, for the Jongkind exhibition at the Musée of Orsay in Paris, of the work by Anne-Marie Bergeret-Gourbin published in 1994. Some fifty of the artist's works are presented: oils, water-colours, sketches... This is a soft-backed edition (the original was hard-backed).
Title:  Johan Barthold Jongkind, aquarelliste
(Johan Barthold Jongkind, water-colour artist)
Author:  Louis de FOURCAUD
Editor:  Rumeur des âges
Printed by:  André Reynaud
Year:  2004
ISBN:  2-84327-107-X
Format:  55 pages, black and white illustrations, 160 x 110 mm
Notes:  On sale in bookshops
Description:  The author (1851-1914) taught at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He was a critic of literature, art and music. He went so far as to say that "this Dutchman, who lived and died in France unremarked by the crowd, had a great influence on many of our artists".
Title:  Jongkind
Journal:  Connaissance des arts
Authors:  Christophe CASTANDET, Jean-Luc LARRIBAU
Editor:  Société française de promotion artistique, Paris
Printed by:  Moehn Média, Gütersloh (Germany)
Year:  2004
ISBN:  2-84327-107-X
Format:  66 pages, colour illustrations, 285 x 215 mm
Notes:  On sale in bookshops
Description:  Special edition No. 221 of the excellent review "Connaissance des arts", prepared for the international exhibition devoted to Jongkind at the Musée of Orsay, Paris, 2 June to 5 September 2004.
Title:  Jongkind intime,
dessins, estampes et lettres de Jongkind et son entourage dans la collection Frits Lugt

(Jongkind in private,
drawings, prints and letters of Jongkind and his entourage, from the Frits Lugt collection)
Author:  Rhéa Sylvia BLOK, curator at the Fondation Custodia
Editor:  Fondation Custodia, Paris
Printed by:  Thoben Offset, Nijmegen, Malden (Netherlands)
Year:  2004
ISBN:  2-914661-35-5
Format:  86 pages, colour illustrations, 255 x 190 mm
Notes:  Can be purchased from the Fondation Custodia
Description:  This is a well-produced catalogue for the exhibition by the Fondation Custodia, which was created in 1947 by Frits Lugt. The exhibition was held at the Fondation's premises in the Hôtel Turgot in Paris from 2 June to 18 July 2004.
Title:  Jongkind 1819-1891, biographie illustrée
(Jongkind 1819-1891, an illustrated biography)
Author:  François AUFFRET
Editor:  Maisonneuve & Larose, Paris
Printed by:  Ecograph, Pont-l'Abbé (France)
Year:  2004
ISBN:  2-7068-1766-6
Format:  370 pages, colour illustrations, 295 x 225 mm
Notes:  On sale in bookshops
Description:  A voluminous work drawing together and summarising the many writings devoted to Jongkind.
Title:  Jongkind 1819-1891
Author:  Collective
Editor:  Réunion des musées nationaux, Paris
Printed by:  Waanders-Drukkers, Zwolle (Netherlands)
Year:  2004
ISBN:  2-7118-4755-1
Format:  232 pages, colour illustrations, 300 x 245 mm
Notes:  On sale in bookshops or from the Musée of Orsay, Paris
Description:  Catalogue of the international exhibition of Jongkind's works which was held at The Hague (Netherlands), from 11 October 2003 to 17 January 2004, in Cologne (Germany) from 6 February to 8 May 2004, and in Paris (France) from 2 June to 5 September 2004.
Title:  Jongkind, l'ami des impressionnistes
(Jongkind, friend of the impressionists)
Journal:  Dossier de l'art
Author:  Collective
Editor:  Faton, Dijon (France)
Printed by:  S.I.P.E., Baume-les-Dames (France)
Year:  2004
Format:  84 pages, colour illustrations, 285 x 215 mm
Notes:  On sale in bookshops
Description:  Special edition No. 108 of the excellent review "Dossier de l'art", published for the exhibition devoted to Jongkind at the Musée of Orsay, Paris, from 2 June to 5 September 2004, and for the Jongkind exhibition at the Institut néerlandais in Paris from 2 June to 18 July 2004.
Title:  Johan Barthold Jongkind,
un peintre en Dauphiné

(a painter in the Dauphiné)
Author:  Christian Sadoux
Editor:  Le Dauphiné libéré
Collection:  Les Patrimoines
Printed by:  Inter’Print, Marly (France)
Year:  2009
ISBN:  978-28110-0000-4, legal deposit June 2009
Format:  52 pages, 118 colour illustrations, 210 x 150 mm
Notes:  For sale in bookshops or from Le Dauphiné libéré: http://boutique.ledauphine.com/product_info.php?products_id=249
Description:  Christian Sadoux situates this relatively little-known artist in the cultural context of 19th-century France and Holland. He then describes Jongkind's later period in the Dauphiné region of France. Jongkind left a number of written documents behind him of interest to those who today, more than a century after his death, have been sufficiently inspired by the man and his work to seek to consolidate his reputation and highlight the importance of the Dauphiné region to his art. We discover a jovial, faithful, and attaching personality, with a fine eye for the peaceful landscapes of his final years.
Title:  Jongkind, des Pays-Bas au Dauphiné
(Jongkind, from the Netherlands to the Dauphiné)
Author:  Compilation, under the direction of Chantal Spillemaecker
Editor:  Libel, Lyons
Printed by:  Imprimerie des Deux-Ponts, Eybens (Isère, France)
Year:  2009
ISBN:  978-2-917659-02-1, legal deposit June 2009
Format:  126 pages, 139 colour illustrations, 280 x 230 mm
Notes:  Available from the Musée Hector Berlioz, La Côte-Saint-André, Isère or directly from Libel: http://www.editions-libel.fr/agence-maison-edition/Catalogue/catalogue-jongkind.html
Description:  This magnificent volume is the catalogue to the "Jongkind, des Pays-Bas au Dauphiné" exhibition which was held at the Musée Hector Berlioz in La Côte-Saint-André, Isère, from 21 June 2009 to 31 December 2009.

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