Violon D'ingres
Violon D'ingres



Hervé Jules René ancient Impressionist French Painting XXTh century Procession of the communicants longe porte and tassel streets at Langres Oil on canvas signed

HERVE JULES RENE ( 1887 / 1981 )
Procession of the communicants, Longe Porte and Tassel streets at Langres .
Oil on canvas signed lower left.
18,2 / 15 in
Original frame.
Museums : Annecy , Calais , Casablanca , Chicago , Dijon , Langres , Luxeuil-Les-Bains , Montreal , New York , Paris , Saint-Etienne , Tourcoing , Troyes .
Literature : Bénézit - Dictionnaire des petits maîtres de la peinture par Gérald Schurr et Pierre Cabanne - "Jules Hervé un maître enchanteur de la peinture du 20ème siècle" by Bernard Masson - "Le haut du pavé de Langres" by Gérard Gueniot - Le peintre et l'animal en France au 19ème siècle by Elisabeth Hardouin-Fugier -
Jules HERVE born at Langres ( Haute Marne) in 1887 Dead at Langres in 1981 .
Painter of typical scenes,figures, portraits, landscapes.
Pupil of Fernand Cormon and Jules Adler, Jules Hervé settles down in Paris and begins to expose to the Lounge of the French Artists in 1910, Jules Hervé receives a silver medal in 1914 and a golden medal there in 1925.
Then Jules Hervé shares his life between Paris and his home town the humble and picturesque events, the portraits of austere sound of which he paints, of a light, expert brush in small lively brightness on grey or ochre skillfully distributed, society in the monotonous and felted existence - But Jules Hervé knows how to restore as well the full of life atmosphere of the Parisian life and his monuments or the ballerinas to the foyer of the Opera -
Of its finely observed compositions emanate delicate feelings - Appreciated by the French and foreign amateurs, Jules Hervé " is devoted in his art throughout its life -
Jules Hervé is considered as " the last one of the impressionists " -
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Width : 38 cm
Height : 46 cm

Category : Paintings
Style : Modern Art
Period : 20th century

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