In The Sunshine in the style of James Tissot


This specially commissioned oil painting on canvas interprets "In the Sunshine" in the style of James Tissot. The original, created around 1881, depicts a Victorian family relaxing in their garden, capturing a moment of leisurely elegance.

Jacques Joseph Tissot, born in 1836, became known as James Tissot by 1854. Initially successful as a painter and illustrator of Paris society, Tissot moved to London in 1871. Arriving with strong social and artistic connections, he quickly secured a cartooning job for Vanity Fair. In London, Tissot established himself as a prominent painter, renowned for his portrayals of elegantly dressed women in fashionable settings.

In this interpretation, the painting captures the essence of Tissot's style, with meticulous attention to detail and vibrant colours. The Victorian family, elegantly attired, enjoys a sunny day in their lush garden. The interplay of light and shadow, a hallmark of Tissot's work, adds depth and also realism to the scene.

The painting reflects Tissot's ability to depict the opulent lifestyle of the Victorian elite, emphasizing grace and also sophistication. It is a tribute to, equally his mastery in capturing the nuances of fashion and the leisurely pursuits of high society. This interpretation not only honours Tissot's artistic legacy but also offers a glimpse into the refined world he so vividly portrayed.

  • Oil on Canvas.
  • In The Sunshine in style of James Tissot.
  • Bespoke Handmade Frame.

Width: 113 cm  |  Depth: 5.5 cm  |  Height: 92.5 cm

Item code: OP123-608247000

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