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|Hippolyte Francois Moreau (b.1832 / d.1961)|
Hippolyte Moreau was born in 1832 in Dojon, France.
Moreau was the son of Jean-Baptise, a renowned sculptor.
Hippolyte Moreau first worked at the family atelier. After he gain experience there he moved to Paris to study under tutorship of Jouffroy.
In 1859, Moreau exhibited his first oeuvre at the Salon. From 1889 through 1917, Moreau frequently exhibited his work at the "Salon des Artistes Français.” He obtained an honorable mention in 1888 as well as a third class medal in 1889. Inspiration of his works come from the same subjects of his brother, Auguste Moreau consisting mostly charming children and young ladies, as well as hunting scenes.
Salon are Uno Bevitore - 1880
Sortie de l'école - 1886
Mireille - 1894
Le Rêve- 1887
Dans les bles, Le Chant de I'alouette 1889
Départ des hirondelles- 1891
Les Cerises- 1894
Le Ruisseau, Le Crépuscule- 1895
La Vague- 1896
Oiseau blessé- 1899
Dans la vague 1900
Fleur de lotus- 1902
Le Printemps, Le Chant de la Mer- 1903
Le Nid- 1914
Première Caresse- 1905
Traîtrise d'amour- 1907
Innocence and Imprudence- 1908
Leçon de chant, Tendre Aveu- 1909
Premier Bijou, Bataille de fleurs- 1910
Le Secret, Couronnement de l'Amour- 1911
Age Heureux and Convoitise- 1912
Un Maraudeur- 1913
Moreau died in 1927 in Neuilly-sur-Seine.
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