(1863 - 1920)
Paul Madeline was active/lived in France. Paul Madeline is known for post-impressionist harbor view painting.
Biography from Odon Wagner Gallery
Paul Madeline was a landscape painter of the French School who lived and worked in Paris at a time when both the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist movements were dominating the French scene. Madeline studied painting under E. Chaly, becoming a member of the Societe des Artistes Francais in 1897, the same year in which he won an honorable mention. Three years later, he won another honorable mention when his work was exhibited in the United States. By 1910, Madeline was a full member of the Salon Nationale des Beaux-Arts.
Biography from Anderson Galleries, Inc.
Paul Madeline was a painter who depicted the French landscape in sumptuous colour and in loose brushstrokes. His paintings, reverberating with heat and filled with the light of the French Mediterranean, are comparable to the work of the renowned Post-Impressionist painter Armand Guillaumin. Though based in Paris, Madeline painted throughout the country, from the Mediterranean all the way up to Brittany. He died in Paris in 1920.
Paul Madeline was a Post-Impressionist painter who specialized in
landscapes. He studied painting under E. Chaly and spent most of
his career painting amidst the vibrant Impressionist and
Post-Impressionist Parisian art scenes.
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Madeline exhibited throughout Paris with the Salons de la Societe des
Artistes Francais as well as the Societe Nationale des
Beaux-Arts. He exhibited with both these illustrious "societes"
for over 20 years and won a number of honors for his works placed at
exhibition. Madeline's paintings can be found in several French
museums, including collections in Chateauroux, Nantes, and Paris.
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