(1887 - 1981)
Jules Rene Herve was active/lived in France, United States. Jules Herve is known for genre, city scene, and landscape painting.
An impressionist French artist whose subjects ranged from rural genre
to Parisien city scenes and whose reputation was for shimmering colors,
Jules Rene Herve was born in Langres in eastern France. He first
studied art in evening classes in his hometown, knowing as a child he
wanted to be an artist. Then he enrolled in the School of
Decorative Arts in Paris, and in 1910, first exhibited a painting in
the Salon of French Artists. In 1914, he received the Medaille
d'Argent (silver medal) from the French Artists association, and from
that time was a regular exhibitor at the Paris Salons. However,
his painting career was interrupted because of serving in the Army for
the duration of World War I.
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