(1864 - 1940)
Rene Georges Hermann-Paul was active/lived in France. Rene HermannPaul is known for genre painting, printmaking and illustration.
Biography Rene Hermann-Paul
Rene Georges Hermann-Paul was born in Paris. He studied at the
École des Arts Décoratifs and at the Académie Julian where he was the
student of Henri Lerolle and Gustave Colin.
He soon made a name
for himself as a painter of genre scenes, printmaker, illustrator, and
draftsman. He was elected a member of the Salon d'Automne, and
became a professor at the École des Beaux Arts in Paris.
He was known for his satirical drawings which poked mild fun at the
bourgeoisie. He kept his career as a painter quite separate from
his work as an illustrator, and his canvases owed a great deal to
Cézanne whom he greatly admired. He exhibited with the Nabis,
including Bonnard, Vuillard, and Denis.
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