Expositions

1900

Marval’s paintings were refused at the “Salon”.

1901

The same year as Henri Matisse and Albert Marquet, she exhibited ten paintings at “Salon des Indépendants”, which was held at the “Universal Exhibition” in Paris. All her canvases were bought by Ambroise Vollard, including “L’Odalisque au Guépard“.
(Odalisque and cheetah, 1 m x 2 m – 39 ½ in x 79 in) Former collection Oscar Ghez, Petit Palais Museum in Geneva, now in Galerie Les Aristoloches, Grenoble.

1902

Les odalisques

– Exhibited again ten paintings at Salon des Indépendants.
– And especially at Galerie Berthe Weill, Paris, with Henri Matisse, Albert Marquet, Jules Flandrin :
First Modern Art exhibition of the XX° century in a private Gallery.

1903

Coquettes

– Exhibited eight paintings at Salon des Indépendants, including “Les Odalisques“.
(1,94 m x 2,3 m – 76 ¼ in x 91 in) Musée des Beaux – Arts, Grenoble.
– Salon d’Automne Society, Petit Palais on the Champs-Elysées, showed “Les Coquettes“.
(1,3 m x 1,3 m – 51 ¼ in x 51 ¼ in. Bought by Ambroise Vollard, now in Galerie Thomire, Paris).

1904

Une loge à l’Opéra

Ambroise Vollard bought the painting exhibited at Salon National des Beaux-Arts which was held at Grand Palais on the Champs-Elysées : “Une Loge à l’Opéra“.
(2 m x 2 m – 80 in x 80 in approx. Present location unknown).

1905

Le bal

– Salon des Indépendants, exhibited “Le miroir de la vérité – Hommage à Florian
(The mirror of truth – Tribute to Florian, 2,50 m x 1,80 m, – 98 in x 71 in aprox. Painting bought by the artist Paul-Louis Baignières).
– Beaux-Arts Exhibition in Dieppe.
– She took part in the famous Salon d’Automne where she exhibited in the adjoining room of the ” Cage aux Fauves ” a large painting : “Le Printemps“. (The Spring).

1906

Portrait de M. Charles Verrier

– Group Exhibition at the Galerie Berthe Weill with Guérin, Laprade, Ottman, Piot, Rouault.
– Salon des Indépendants, exhibited seven paintings including “La duchesse de Montbazon“, (1 x 1,30 m. – 39 ¼ in x 51 ¼ in dated 1903, private collection, Moscow) five were bought by Ambroise Vollard.
– Salon d’Automne Society, exhibited three paintings including “Portrait of Mr. Charles Verrier
(0,89 x 1,16 m – 35 in x 45 ¼ in. Courtesy of Crane Kalman Gallery, London).

1907

La toilette du printemps

– Group Exhibition at the Galerie Berthe Weill.
– Salon des Indépendants, exhibited her large painting “La toilette du Printemps
(Spring Bathing, 2,25 m x 1,75 m – 89 in x 69 in, now in Galerie Thomire, Paris
).

1908

Parc Monceau

– Watercolors and Paintings Exhibition at the Galerie Berthe Weill in February : “Marie Laurencin – Jacqueline Marval“. Many observers saw in it the meeting of water and fire !
– Salon des Indépendants, exhibited three paintings including “Les deux Sourdes” (Two deaf women).
– Group Exhibition at the Galerie Druet, late 1908, with the works of Cézanne, Cross, Maurice Denis, Othon Friesz, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Van Dongen, Jules Flandrin, Laprade, Luce, Maillol, Manguin, Pissaro, Jean Puy, Seurat, Paul Signac, Vallotton…

1909

 « La Baigneuse », hommage à Paul Cézanne (1.16 m x 0,90 m), collection privée Moscou.

– Salon des Indépendants, exhibited two paintings “La Malmaison
(Malmaison castle, home of Josephine, wife of Napoléon Bonaparte. Present location unknown).
– Cercle de l’Art Moderne, Le Havre.
– “La Baigneuse”, hommage à Paul Cézanne (1.16 m x 0,90 m), private collection, Moscow.

1910

Endormies

– Salon des Indépendants.
– Salon National des Beaux-Arts, Grand Palais, on the Champs-Elysées.
– Works of Women Artists, at the Galerie Devambez, Paris, in June.
– Drawings and Watercolors at the Galerie Druet, late 1910.

1911

"Sylvie" ou "Le Chant d’Adrienne", hommage à Gérard de Nerval.

– Annual Exhibition of the 2nd group at the Galerie Druet.
– Salon des Indépendants, exhibited “Les Endormies
(The Sleepers, 1 x 1,30 m – 39 ½ in x 51 ¼ in painting bought by the painter André Dunoyer de Ségonzac ).
– Salon d’Automne Society at Grand Palais, Paris, exhibited “Sylvie” or “The Song of Adrienne”, homage to Gérard de Nerval (2 m x 2,20 m – 79 in x 87 in. Private collection).
This exceptional work of art praised by Apollinaire in the journal “L’intransigeant”, was bought by the banker and famous collector Georges Bénard.
– Group Exhibition, in Paris, organised by the students of Gustave Moreau with Guérin, Rouault, Simon Bussy, Flandrin, Camoin, Matise, Marquet, Evenepoël, Paul Baignières, etc…

1912

"Les Sœurs Couseuses", (2 x 2 m) collection Galerie Katia Granof et Pierre Larock, Paris.

– One hundred years of French Art, Palais Youssoupoff in Saint-Petersbourg.
– Exhibit of paintings by Madame Marval at the Galerie Druet where she exhibited 44 paintings, including ”Les 3 Roses ” painted in 1910.
(The 3 roses, 1,30 x 1,30 m – 51 ¼ in x 51 ¼ in. Former collection Alfred Rome, Grenoble ; now Galerie Thomire, Paris).
– Société du Salon de Mai Society, in Marseille.
– Salon d’Automne Society at Grand Palais, Paris, where she exhibited the painting “Le Chat noir et la Chatte blanche” (Black Cat and white Cat, 2,65 x 3,35 m. Present location unknown) and “Les Sœurs Couseuses ”
(The Sewing Sisters, 2 x 2 m – 79 in x 79 in. Former collection Galerie Katia Granof and Pierre Larock, Paris).

1913

Etude Foyer

– She took part in “The International Exhibition of Modern Art” at the Armory Show, 5th Avenue, in New-York from 15 february to 15 March, then exhibited in Chicago and Boston.
– Annual Exhibition of the 2nd group at the Galerie Druet.
– Requested by Gabriel Astruc as well as Bourdelle, Maurice Denis, and Vuillard, she decorated the “Green Room” in the new Champs-Elysées Theater, with a serie of twelve paintings on the theme “Daphnis et Chloé” (Daphnis and Chloé).

1914

Frivoles

– Annual Exhibition of the 2nd group at the Galerie Druet.
– Exhibition and auction sale of “La Peau de l’Ours“, Paris Hôtel Drouot, 2nd March.
– Salon des Indépendants, exhibited “Les Frivoles“, (The Frivolous, 1,10 m x 1,15 m – 43 ½ in x 45 ½ in now in Nantes Museum collection).
– Fine Art International Exhibition in Lyon, showed again “Black Cat and white Cat

1916

Les Tricoteuses

– French Art Exhibition named “La Triennale“, Paris, in the Jeu de Paume Museum, exhibited “Les Tricoteuses” (The Knitters, 2 m x 2,45 m – 79 in x 96 ½ in. Private collection, Paris).
– Exhibition of paintings at Galerie Bernheim-Jeune in June.
– Salon d’Antin, in July, where Picasso exhibited “Les Demoiselles d’Avignon” for the first time, Marval exhibited her large painting “les Odalisques“, dated 1902-03, now in Musée des Beaux-Arts, Grenoble. The similar composition of these two paintings is striking despite the five years which separate them !
– Ausstellung Französischer Malerei, Winterthur, in Museum with Lebasque, Camoin, Marquet, Matisse, Manguin, Puy…
– Kunstnerforbundet. den Frauske Ustillung, Oslo in November and December. Works by Picasso, Vallotton, Marquet, Matisse, Bonnard, Cross, Gleizes…

1917

Drapeaux

– French Painting Exhibition in Basel, Kunsthalle with the assistance of Mr. Bernheim-Jeune, Ambroise Vollard, Durand-Ruel and the Galerie Druet and many works from their collections.
– French Art Exhibition, in Barcelonna.
– Annual Exhibition of the 2nd group, at the Galerie Druet.
– Französiche Kunst der XIX° und XX° Jahrhunderts, Zurich, Zuricher Kunsthaus.
– 2nd Contemporary Masters Exhibition at Galerie Georges Petit.

1918

– New French Painting, 1st Exhibition at Galerie Goupil, Manzi and Joyant, where she presented : “The woman with orchids.
– Annual Exhibition of the 2nd group at the Galerie Druet, exhibited 7 paintings including “Les Frivoles
(The Frivolous, 1,10 x 1,15 m – 43 ½ in x 45 ½ in, now Nantes Museum collection).

1919

Fantaisie sur les saisons

– Exhibition of French Art in United States – Etchings on applied art, catalogue prefaced by Léonce Bénédite for this itinerant exhibition where she shoved “La Petite Soeur”, (The little sister).
– Annual Exhibition of the 2nd group at the Galerie Druet, including “Tempête de neige sur Paris
(Snow storm over Paris, 0,80 x 0,90 m – 31 ½ x 35 ½ in now in Galerie Thomire, Paris).
– French Art Exhibition named “La Triennale”, Paris, at the Beaux-Arts School, Paris.
– Modern Painting, Galerie Cres in Zurich.
– Salon d’Automne Society at Grand Palais, Paris, where she exhibited among others “Fantaisie sur les saisons
(Set of four oval canvases. Fantasy on the seasons, former collection Galerie Katia Granof and Pierre Larock, Paris).

1920

Notre Dame

– Annual Exhibition of the 2nd group at the galerie Druet.
– 2nd Exhibition at Galerie Goupil, Manzi and Joyant.
– Group Exhibition, at Galerie Druet.
– “L’Enfant”, (The Child) Galerie Manuel frères, Paris.
– Salon d’Automne Society at Grand Palais, Paris.

1921

Chapeau rose

– Annual Exhibition of the 2nd group at the Galerie Druet.
– Salon d’Automne Society at Grand Palais, Paris, where she exhibited “Le Jardin de Mélissande” (Melissande’s garden, present location unknown).
– The Goujol Gallery, London.

1922

Dolly

– Annual Exhibition of the 2nd group at the galerie Druet, where she exhibited “L’enfant au renard” (Child and fox, French private collection).
– Royal Society of Fine Art, Brussels.
– Salon d’Automne Society at Grand Palais, Paris where she exhibited “La Mystérieuse” (The Mysterious, 1,40 x 1,75 m – 55 in x 69 in) which belonged to the Matisse Museum Collection, in Cateau-Cambresis, presently on loan to the Art and Industry Museum in Roubaix : “La Piscine”, former swimming pool converted in a remarkable way into a museum.
– “L’Art et l’Enfant” (Art and Children) at Galerie Devambez, Paris, with works by Corot, Carrière, Renoir, Mary Cassat, Paul Helleu, Van Dongen…
– “Le Sport et l’Art” (Sport and Art) at Galerie Barbazanges, Paris, with works by Matisse, Dunoyer de Segonzac, Dufy, Vlaminck, Zingg, Jean Weber…
– Modern Painting Exhibition Group II, at Galerie Bernheim-Jeune, Paris, with Laprade, Marquet, Flandrin, Matisse, Lucien Mainssieux, Marie Laurencin, Kisling…

1923

La Clownesse au carcan

L'affiche 1923

– Contemporary Paintings Exhibition at Nantes Museum, in January, with “La grande plage à Biarritz“, (The great beach in Biarritz, 2 x 3,75 m – 79 in x 148 in).
– French Art in Stockholm in February.
– IIIrd Young French Painting Exhibition, at Galerie Barbazanges, Paris.
– Annual Exhibition of the 2nd group, at the Galerie Druet, exhibited “La Figurante” which is the portrait of Dolly Davis. (The Model, 1 x 1,23 m – 39 ½ in x 48 ½ in, French private collection).
– Art Society Exhibition, at Mulhouse Museum.
– Salon des Tuileries, Paris, where she exhibited “Le Printemps Paré” (Dressed for Spring – 45 ½ in x 35 in) and “La Clownesse au carcan” (The Clowness, Dolly Davis portrait, Marcel Sahut Museum, 39 ½ in x 31 ½ in, Volvic, Puy de Dôme) as well as “La Reine des Sioux” (Sioux Queen, former Meunier collection).
– Studies and Pastels of women, at Galerie Marcel Bernheim, with woks by Amand-Jean, Pierre Bonnard, Charles Camoin, Kees Van Dongen, Jules flandrin, Charles Guérin, Charles Laprade, Marie Laurencin, Henri Lebasque, Aristide Maillol, Charles Manguin, Albert Marquet, Henri Matisse, Amedeo Modigliani, Pablo Picasso, Jean Puy, Ker Xavier Roussel, Suzanne Valadon, Paul Vallotton, Edouard Vuillard…
– Salon d’Automne Society, at Grand Palais, Paris, for which she made the Poster (1,20 x 1,80 m – 47 ½ in x 71 in), the catalogue cover and the invitations.
– Modern Painting Exhibition Group II, at Galerie Bernheim-Jeune, Paris

1924

La faunesse aux boutons d’or

– Galerie Druet, in June, twelve works were exhibited with those of Gimmi and Barat-Levraux.
– First Collectors Exhibited, Paris, Luxembourg Friends Society with works by Odilon Redon, Maurice Denis, Pierre Bonnard, La Fresnaye, Henri Matisse, Vlaminck, Roussel, Segonzac, Flandrin, Marquet, Luc Albert Moreau, Marie Laurencin… she exhibited “La Faunesse aux boutons d’or”.
– Contemporary Decorative Art Exhibition, Paris, Palais du Louvre, with Braque, d’Espagnat, Jaulmes, Laprade, Lebasque, Matisse, Roussel, Vallotton, Valtat…
– Annual Exhibition of the 2nd group, at the Galerie Druet.
– Forth Young French Artist Exhibition, Paris, at the Galerie Barbazanges.
– International Fine Art Exhibition, Venice – Pavillon Français.
– Salon des Tuileries, Paris, porte Maillot.
– She took part in the decoration of the A.A.A.A. 2nd ball organised by Foujita.
– National Exhibition, Nantes, Musée des Beaux-Arts where she exhibited among others “The Clowness“, portrait of Dolly Davis.

1925

La grande plage, Biarritz

« La grande plage, Biarritz » 1,95 x 3,75 m. Musée des Beaux-Arts, Nantes.

– Annual Exhibition of the 2nd group, at the Galerie Druet.
– Fourth Young French Artist Exhibition, Paris, at the Galerie Barbazanges.
– Modern Artists Exhibition, Saint-Etienne, Musée des Beaux-Arts, including Camoin, Marquet, Matisse, Utrillo, Van Dongen, Vlaminck …
– Fifty years of French Painting, Paris, Decorative Arts Museum, Palais du Louvre, exhibited “Mélisande au jardin” (Melisande in the garden).
– 25 Contemporary Artists at the Galerie Druet : Bonnard, Braque, Maurice Denis, Flandrin, Marquet, Matisse, Van Dongen, Vuillard, Picasso…
– Salon d’Automne Society, in Paris, in Tuileries.

1926

L’Enfant de Paris

– Seascape Artists Show, Paris, in Grand Palais with Maurice Denis, Laprade, Flandrin, Marquet, Vallotton…
– Thirty Years of Independent Art, Paris in Grand Palais, exhibition by the members who presented their works during the first thirty years of the show.
– Annual Exhibition of the 2nd group, at the Galerie Druet, series of six paintings on the theme : “Agnès et les fleurs” (Agnes and the flowers).
– Works purchased by the State, at the Tuileries, Jeu de Paume Museum.
– XV° Mostra Internazionale d’Arte della Città di Venezia, Venice, with works by Marquet, Utrillo, Vlaminck, Albert André, Bernard, Blanche, Bonnard, Brianchon, Denis, Derain, Dufy, Flandrin, Manguin, Henri martin, Matisse, Signac, Vuillard…
– Modern Art, Geneva, Art and Hitory Museum in Geneva.
– The Twenty-Fourth Annual International Exhibition of Painting, Pittsburgh.
– Salon d’Automne Society, in Paris, exhibited “L’Enfant de Paris“, (A Child of Paris) reproduced on the cover of “Figaro Littéraire” (portrait of Dolly Davis, present location unknown).

1927

L’Escalier

– Seascape Artists Show, Paris, at Galerie Varenne.
– Annual Exhibition of the 2nd group at the Galerie Druet.
– Modern Artists Exhibition, Helsingfors in Finlande (119 works), then the same exhibition in Oslo.
– Salon de l’Escalier, Paris, where she exhibited “L’Escalier” (The Stairs, dedicated to the critic G.J. Gros, 0,89 x 1,16 m – 45 ½ in x 35 in, now Gallery Trigg Ison, Hollywood).
– Salon des Tuileries, Paris.
– Contemporary Art, à Belfort, in Belfort, Fine Art Society of Belfort.
– From Ingres to Picasso, Paris, Galerie de la Renaissance : “compared works” between Ingres and Degas, Bouguereau and Van Dongen, Chasseriau and Marie Laurencin, Bonnat and Foujita, Corot and Matisse, Levy-Dhurmer and Modigliani, Toulouse-Lautrec and Alfred Stevens, Dagnan Bouveret and Le Douanier Rousseau, Dubufe and Forain, Bastien-Lepage and Jacqueline Marval, Fantin-Latour and Matisse.
– Salon de l’Escalier, Paris, again in November, with Tamara de Lempicka.

1928

affiche pour le bal des A.A.A.A.

– French Art, Brussels, Galerie Giraud.
– Salon de l’Escalier Paris, in February.
– Young Contemporary Artists Group, at Galerie Bernheim-Jeune, Paris, works by 125 painters.
– Biennale of Venice at Pavillon Français.
– Modern Art in Antibes, Antibes Museum.
– Salon d’Automne Society and Jubilee Exhibition, in Paris, including a work of art by each member between 1903 and 1940. Marval exhibited “les Coquettes” at the 1903 Salon, which belonged to Ambroise Vollard.
– Designed the “Poster for the A.A.A.A.”  ball, (Aide Amicale Aux Artistes – 48 in x 31 in) managed by Foujita.

1929

Cendrillon

– Snow Painters, Paris, Galerie Briant.
– Annual Exhibition of the 2nd group, at the Galerie Druet, where she exhibited the series on “Cendrillon
(Cinderella, 0,89 x 1,16 m – 45 ½ in x 35 in. Private Collection, Moscow).
– Fine Art Triennale Exhibition, Gand, (Belgium) Palais des Fêtes.
– Rouen Artists Society, Rouen, Rouen Museum ; XX° Exhibition with Madame Marval and Kees Van Dongen ; eleven paintings by Marval including “L’Enfant de Paris”, Dolly Davis Collection, which was exhibited at the Salon d’Automne in 1926.
– International Paintings, Sculptures, Drawings and Prints Exhibition, in Barcelona, where she exhibited “Le Trône de sable”, from the Georges Bénard collection.
– Salon des Tuileries, Paris.
– Salon d’Automne Society in Paris, where she exhibited “L’Enfant déguisé” (Child in disguise) and “Le Jardin de Cendrillon” (The garden of Cinderella).
– Pittsburg Exhibition, Carnegie Institute, exhibited “Le rêve de la femme endormie” (The dream of the sleeping woman).

1930

Maria Lani

– Circus and Music Hall Show, Paris, Galerie Manuel Frères, where she exhibited “La Clownesse“.
– Pittsburgh Exhibition at the Carnegie Institute.
– Biennale of Venice, at Pavillon Français.
– French Modern Art, Bristol.
– Young Contemporary Artists Group, at Galerie Bernheim-Jeune, Paris.
– Quotidien Exhibition, Paris, Galerie Kléber.
– Current Painters, Paris, Galerie Jean Charpentier.
– Nudes, Galerie Druet, with works by Cézanne, Corot, Courbet, H.E. Cross, Degas, Delacroix, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Ingres, Manet, Modigliani, Berthe Morizot, Renoir, Toulouse-Lautrec, Vallotton, Bonnard, Braque, R. Dufy, Dufresne, Flandrin, Guérin, Henri Matisse, Laprade, Manguin, Marquet, Marval, Pascin, Picasso, Rouault, K.X. Roussel…
– Salon des Tuileries and Salon d’Automne, Lyon, Palais des Expositions.
– Maria Lani, Paris, exhibited a portrait.

1931

Le jardin de mon voisin

– The Dauphiné seen by the Artists, Paris, Galerie d’Art du Bucheron and Galerie du Sylve, with works by Jongkind, Ravier, Carrand, Mainssieux, Marval, Gabriel Fournier, l’abbé Cales, Henriette Gröll, Flandrin.
– Annual Exhibition of the 2nd group at the Galerie Druet
– Salon des Tuileries, Paris, rue Paul Cézanne, exhibited “L’Enfant déguisé” (Child in disguise) on loan to the Alger Museum, the print of which was reproduced in the booklet “L’Art d’aujourd’hui” (1929, Edition Albert Morancé).
– The Thirtieth Annual International Exhibitionof Painting, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, exhibited “L’Enfant de la Mer” (The Sea Child), “Ma fenêtre fleurie” (My window in flower), and “Le jardin de mon voisin” (The garden of my neighbour, signed and dated 1923, Biarritz, 0,72 x 0,89 m – 28 ¼ in x 35 in, now collection Galerie Thomire).
– Salon d’Automne Society in Paris, where she exhibited “Le rêve de Cendrillon” (Cinderella’s dream).
– Joy of Life or Thirthy years of Art, Paris, Galerie Berthe Weill, exhibited “La Joie de vivre” (Joy of Life, dated 1910).

1932

– Annual Exhibition of the 2nd group, at the Galerie Druet.
– French Modern Art from 1900 to today, Amsterdam, Municipal Museum.
– Retrospective of Dauphinois Artists, Grenoble, Art Society, 1832-1932, exhibited “La femme aux orchidés” (Woman and orchids, from 1917).

To honor her memory, the critic René Jean and the painter Paul Baignières organised a great retrospective of her works at the Salon d’Automne.

1937

Mademoiselle Tabarant

La belle rose

Independent Art Masters (1895-1937), Paris, Petit Palais during the “International Exhibition” of 1937, where the following paintings were shown :
Portrait de Mlle T. (Portrait of Miss T. 1,95 x 1,35 m – 76 ¾ in x 53 in, former collection Madame Tabarant, now Mr. & Mrs. M-A G., Paris).
La Belle Rose (1 x 1,30 m – 39 ½ in x 51 ¼ in, former collection Mr & Mrs Paquement, now Mr. & Mrs. T. S., London).
Fleurs (Flovers, former collection Kapferer).

1953

1953 – Salon d’Automne Society, in Paris, Grand Palais on the Champs-Elysées, for the fiftieth anniversary of the 1903 Salon : “Selfportrait” and “Doll and curtain” were presented.

1966 – Jacqueline Marval’s hundreth birthday, Grenoble, Galerie David.

1967 – Begining of the Century at Salon des Indépendants, Paris, Grand Palais.

1977 – The re-discovery of Jacqueline Marval, a selection of paintings, London, Crane Kalman Gallery.

1981 – Jacqueline Marval, Grenoble, Galerie les Aristoloches, a selection of 34 paintings, catalogue prefaced by Maurice Wantelet.

1989 – Marval, a Retrospective Exhibition, London, Crane Kalman Gallery.

1994 – Portraits de femmes, (Portraits of women) some paintings by Jacqueline Marval, Paris, Galerie Thomire.

2002 - Elles de Montparnasse consacrée aux artistes, modèles, inspiratrices et inspirées de la Belle Epoque aux années 1950. Musée du Montparnasse.

2005

exposition 2005

Exposition Au Salon du Collectionneur et à la Galerie Thomire, Louvre des Antiquaires

2006

exposition Les Femmes Peintres

4 peintres d’avant-garde autour de 1900 :

Suzanne Valadon
Jacqueline Marval
Emilie Charmy
Georgette Agutte