(1865 - 1937)
Henri Baptiste Lebasque was active/lived in France. Henri Lebasque is known for still life, portrait and genre painting.
Born in France at Champigne, Henri Lebasque became known as a painter
who spread "joy and light" and for works that were intimate in subject
matter and pleasing in color and form. He was in Paris in 1885,
when he was age 20, and there he studied at the Ecole des Beaux Arts
and with Léon Bonnat, focusing on portrait painting. Soon he was
exhibiting at the Paris Salons and art society exhibitions. He
also assisted Ferdinand Humbert with murals at the Pantheon.
Of special influence on him were his peers, many whom were
revolutionary young painters such as ´Edouard Vuillard and Pierre
Bonnard and who were part of Les Nabis, a group of student artists who
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