HERVE JULES RENE ( 1887 / 1981 )
The echauguette in the old Paris.
Oil on canvas signed lower left. Circa 1940s.
18,1 x 15 in
Certificate of authenticity.
Museums: Annecy, Calais, Casablanca, Chicago, Dijon, Langres, Luxeuil-Les-Bains, Montreal, New York, Paris, Saint-Etienne, Tourcoing, Troyes.
Literature: Bénézit - Dictionary of the small masters of painting by Gérald Schurr and Pierre Cabanne - "Jules René Hervé an enchanting master of painting of the 20th century" by Bernard Masson - "The top of the pavement of Langres" by Gérard Gueniot And the animal in France in the 19th century by Elisabeth Hardouin-Fugier -
Jules René HERVE
Born in Langres (Haute-Marne) in 1887
Death in Langres in 1981
Painter of typical scenes, figures, portraits, landscapes.
A pupil of Fernand Cormon and Jules Adler, Jules René Hervé moved to Paris and began to exhibit at the Salon des Artistes Françaises in 1910. Jules René Hervé was awarded a silver medal in 1914 and a gold medal in 1925.
Then Jules René Hervé shared his life between Paris and his native city, painted with a light brush, expertly painted in shades of gray or ocher skilfully distributed, humble and picturesque events, portraits of his austere society at The monotonous and felted existence - But Jules René Hervé knows how to restore the lively atmosphere of Parisian life and its monuments or the dancers in the foyer of the Opera -
From his finely-observed compositions emanate from delicate feelings - Appreciated by French and foreign amateurs, Jules René Hervé has devoted himself to his art throughout his life -
Jules René Hervé is considered "the last of the impressionists"
Width : 38 cm
Height : 46 cm
Category : Paintings
Style : Modern Art
Period : 20th century
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