Raoul du Gardier
(1871 - 1951)
Raoul du Gardier was active/lived in France. Raoul du Gardier is known for genre and seascape painting.
Biography Raoul du Gardier
Raoul du Gardier was a student of Gustave Moreau, Théobald Chartran,
Elie Delaunay and Albert Maignan. He first exhibited in Paris in
1897 at the Salon des Artistes Français, where he received an
honourable mention. He also received a bronze medal at the 1900
Universale Exposition. From then on he regularly participated in
the various Salons often receiving acknowledgement and awards.
He was also shown at the Salon de Brussels in 1910.
produced mostly genre scenes and seascapes. Interestingly, his
wife is almost always present in his prints. He also illustrated
several books, one of which was Les Grandes Croisieres by Paul Chack.
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