(1863 - 1927)
Paul Serusier was active/lived in France. Paul Serusier is known for symbolic figure, genre, still life and religious theme painting.
Biography Paul Serusier
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A student and monitor at the Academie Julian in the 1880s, Paul
Serusier, a post-impressionist painter, became part of a group of
artists, Les Nabis, influenced by Paul Gauguin. Most of
these artists such as Maurice Denis, Pierre Bonnard, Henri Ibels, Paul
Ranson and Edouard Vuillard, had been students at the Academie Julian
and, taking their group names from the word 'prophets', were dedicated
to avant-garde styles of painting. They exhibited together
between 1890 and 1896, and after that, pretty much disbanded because
they were establishing their own reputations.
Serusier, with others, had spent time with Gauguin in Brittany at
Pont-Aven, an artists' colony that Serusier first visited in 1888.
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