HERVE Jules René ( 1887 / 1981 )
The bigots at the church in Langres.
Oil on panel signed lower left.
18,11 x 14,96 in
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 by Gérald Schurr and Pierre Cabanne - "Jules rené 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 René HERVE, born in Langres (Haute-Marne) in 1887, died in Langres in 1981.
Painter of typical scenes, figures, portraits, landscapes, student of Fernand Cormon and Jules Adler, Jules Rene Hervé moved to Paris and began to exhibit at the Salon des Artistes Français in 1910, Jules Rene Hervé received a silver medal in 1914 and a gold medal in 1925. Jules René Hervé then shared his life between Paris and his native city, of which he painted, with a light brush, expert in small lively flashes of gray or ochre skillfully distributed, the humble and picturesque events, But Jules René Hervé knows just as well how to restore the lively atmosphere of Parisian life and its monuments or the dancers in the foyer of the Opera House - From his finely observed compositions emanate delicate feelings - Appreciated by French and foreign amateurs, Jules René Hervé devoted himself to his art throughout his life -Jules René Hervé is considered as "the last of the impressionists".
Width : 38 cm
Height : 46 cm
Category : Paintings
Style : Modern Art
Period : 20th century
Price : 5500 €
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