Girardet also painted historical compositions, amongst which there is The Siege of Sargossa. Another three of his compositions were inspired by F. Coppée, these being; The Route of Cholet, in the Rath Museum; The Revolt of Fouesnant, in the Museum of Quimper and The Disaster of Quiberon.
Jules Girardet exhibited regularly at the Salon and was awarded a third class medal in 1881 and a bronze along with money in 1889 for his works. He also took part in a number of expositions in Paris, the provinces and in Switzerland.
The Museum of Berne, Switzerland, houses a work titled At the edge of Lake Léman
Works by this artist…
The Handsome Suitor( ref : 9991 )