(1883 - 1970)
Henri Hayden was active/lived in France, Poland. Henri Hayden is known for cubist, abstract still life and landscape painting.
Biography Henri Hayden
It is typical that a Polish-born artist, especially one who was a Jew, at the beginning of this century should regard Paris as his natural habitat. Henri Hayden arrived in Paris in 1907, aged 24, and only four years later held his first one-man exhibition. From that point onward, Paris became his home.
He was a School of Paris painter, mainly of still life and landscape. Cezanne and Cubism were the classical influences on the young artist. Hayden's career as a whole represents an artist whose periods of significant creativity occurred at the beginning and end of a long professional career.
His first important picture, The Chess Players at La Totonde, in the manner of Cezanne, was shown at the Salon des Indépendants in
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