Paintings of Paul Charles Chocarne Moreau

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  The joys of adolescence are probably the most colorful period of anyone’s life. During the time, one is doing all the good, bad and naughty things, which can make him pretty notorious in his locale. Those are also the activities which construct the base of one’s nature which he will bear for the rest of his life. And the bonus is that one gets the memories which he will not forget for the lifetime. It could be called as the golden period. Here, Paul Charles Chocarne Moreau has depicted one moment from the same golden period of three adolescents. Actually, he has devoted his art towards such pranks acted by the real, poor kids of Paris of his contemporary times. Most of his oeuvre […]

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Paul Moreau’s paintings generally depict little culprits having some fun by a practical joke or something amusing which an adolescent would do. His pictures always carry a fun part in it which makes the paintings pleasurable and enjoyable. The current picture shows one of his gimmicks about children being children. Kids find different ways to have the most fun out of any situation. If not stopped, they could act like robots that never stop and keep on working until battery gets low. What the robot would do if the battery dies? If it a self-sustaining futuristic robot it will find a plug to get recharge. And kids who go for sugar. Yes, they like sugar and everybody knows what effect sugar can make on children. […]

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Painter of enlightening, funny and comic descriptions of adolescence, Paul Charles have encircled almost every possible attires, situations and places in his paintings. Though, an unusual feat is about portraying culprits in papal attires and showing them doing things which is not supposed to do by kids when they are in those respectful clothes. It’s a bit satire shown here. The current picture includes such boy who is wearing papal clothes called choir dress. He is holding a tray which he has apparently taken out from the cupboard of which door he is keeping ajar. He is also very curious for any footsteps in outer gallery for the obvious reasons. The second character could be called as the artist’s favorite character, because it appears in […]

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This is another amusing, innocent adolescent joke illustrated by Paul Charles Moreau from his long list of such comic-incident-driven paintings. He is a painter whose oeuvre is full of Parisian boys doing all the hilarious jokes and pranks on the streets of Paris or inside a building. He was an out-of-the-box artist whose art-pieces stand apart from other ‘serious’ artists whose paintings have more serious touch but lesser appeal than Paul Charles Moreau. The presented painting depicts the old Paris, contemporary to the painter himself. You can know it by looking at the old buildings, old advertisement boards, characters’ clothing and the fact that a boy is working in a shop, which is banned nowadays by various laws. Artist has captured the expressions of the […]

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    Have you ever teased anyone or gotten teased by anyone? Apparently, nobody’s an exception. And one can never forget the time when he/she was teased by a bunch of his classmates fighting back with wittier comebacks. Paul Moreau’s masterpieces of depicting small incidences of Parisian teenagers continue in the current picture. His iconic character of a little chef re-appears and this time, instead of being victim of the scene, he is creating the scene by teasing a parrot outside a shop. Artist has always emphasized childhood’s those little things which could be represented as a major element of anyone’s teenage. His jokes are natural and original and he always tried to depict the scene which could be related in real life. Teasing someone […]

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Paul Charles has been known his charming, adorable and funny paintings of young kids conducting pranks on their friends and having quite a fun. He was a french painter in 19th century and most of his paintings were based on those Parisian boys who were poor, who were working at very early age and it seem weird nowadays but in old time small children used to work in factories. So, his choice of young apprentice baker is perfectly fine in his own time – who appears from time to time in his paintings. Now, the current painting depicts the young baker again. After appearing in many paintings, a defined characteristic of the baker-boy starts to appear in our mind. He is the normal boy of […]

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  As Paul Moreau is known for his funny paintings portraying little Parisian kids from the late 19th century, we have enjoyed his oeuvre full of funny anecdotes conducted by small children. On the other hand, his favorite group which appears from time to time in his paintings is the kids from the aristocratic circles – the rich kids which also have their own ways to have a good time on daily basis. We see in his paintings that kids find the surrounding things as their source of entertainments. The poor kids in his paintings are often using enjoying from the circumstances. On the other hand, as the current picture portrays, rich kids are provided with the facilities and special tools to play. In the […]

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  The prominence of red color in the painting is due to the special clothes called Choir Dress worn by the kids. Children are wearing the choir dresses – the tradition dress when a religious ceremony has been held. Here, in the painting, the fun-loving kids with such dresses are not all in the mood to rehearse. As their leader is playing the organ, two boys have sneaked behind him and are having their time of fun. The drink is not recognizable but it should be some kind of sweet drink for which kids would fight for, or else the kid won’t take such risk. Paul Mareau’s paintings most often depict little Parisian children playing on the streets. Or the wealthy children playing in palaces […]

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Among Paul Moreau’s many paintings about Parisian boys conducting pranks on their friends, this one captures our eyes by its distinguish-ness from the rest. In general, the kids in his paintings would do something with secrecy, so the victim wouldn’t even know what is going on behind his back or would acknowledge much later. The fun part would be more about sneaking things away or fooling someone. Though, the current scene is a direct decree of punishment to one of the gang-members. The reason of the punishment (spanking) couldn’t be defined clearly. Various reasons could occur if we start to guess. But, all in all, the culprit has been declared to have some punishment and he also has accepted it as he is reluctantly ready […]

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