(1919 - 1980)
Reynold Arnould was active/lived in Texas / France. Reynold Arnould is known for easel and mural painting-portrait, interiors, female figures, still life.
Reynold Arnould was born in Le Havre, France in 1919. He had his first exhibition at age nine in Rouen.
Arnold studied at l'École des Beaux-Arts de Le Havre, and won the Grand Prix de Rome in 1939. In 1949, he was the director of an art school in Dallas Texas.
Arnold exhibited at the Salon de Mai, Salon des Tuileries, and at the Salon d'Automne beginning in 1945. He exhibited in many cities around the world including New York, Dublin, and London. He is represented in several museums including Le Havre and Rouen.
Arnold's early paintings are Cubist with use of deep colors. Typical subject matter included portraits and scenes of women in modern interiors. He also painted allegorical scenes, still lifes, and later, in the 1950's his work became abstract. Arnould also worked as a muralist.