(1884 - 1951)
William Malherbe was active/lived in Vermont / France. William Malherbe is known for figure, genre, landscape, still life painting.
Biography William Malherbe
William Malherbe (1884 - 1951)
He was a French Post impressionist painter born in 1884 in the medieval town of Senlis just north of Paris and was well known both in the U.S. and in Europe for his beautiful and colorful still lives, outdoor scenes, and nudes.
His experiences in WWI marked him deeply; Time Magazine found him after four years in the war, almost pathologically shy. This war experience was shared by his brother Henry, a writer and music critic, and in 1925 William illustrated Henry s Goncourt Prize-winning war memoir La Flamme au Poing with copper engravings. These striking images were engraved by the specialist engraver Achille Ouvré (French, 1872-1951) from Malherbe's drawings.Displaying 750 of 3866 characters.
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