Hush! (The Concert) in the style of James Tissot


This original oil painting on canvas, titled "Hush! (The Concert)", is a tribute to the style of James Tissot, created by our principal artist Liu Yingjie. It mirrors the elegance and refinement characteristic of Tissot's work, depicting a scene from fashionable society with an emphasis on beautifully attired women.

Widely known as James Tissot by 1854. He gained fame as a successful painter of Parisian society before moving to London in 1871. Upon his arrival, he quickly became part of London's social and artistic circles and began working as a cartoonist for Vanity Fair. His reputation grew as he captured scenes of high society. Therefore often focusing on elegantly dressed women engaged in sophisticated settings.

This painting, inspired by Tissot's original work from around 1875, reflects the artist's signature style. It illustrates a moment during a concert, with the attendees dressed in their finest attire. The scene conveys a sense of elegance and equally sophistication, characteristic of Tissot's depictions of fashionable life.

The setting and subjects offer a glimpse into the genteel atmosphere of Victorian society, with an diligence, thus paying homage to Tissot's renowned technique and artistry.

  • Oil on Canvas.
  • Hush The Concert inspired by James Tissot. 
  • Bespoke Handmade Frame.

Width: 62 inches  |  Depth: 3 inches  |  Height: 47 inches

Width: 158 cm  |  Depth: 8 cm  |  Height: 119.5 cm


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