(1856 - 1913)
Henry Moret was active/lived in France. Henry Moret is known for landscape, figure, seascape and marine painting.
Henry Moret spent most of his life in Brittany painting Impressionist landscapes. His artistic career began after completing his formal education at the Ecole National des Beaux-Arts under Jean-Paul Laurens and Jean-Leon Gerome. Interestingly, Moret rejected his academic training in favor of the painting techniques of the Impressionists. In 1888, he moved to Pont-Aven where he worked alongside his friends, Paul Gauguin and Emile Bernard, and was introduced to the tenets of Symbolism. After Gauguin left Pont-Aven in 1891, however, Moret returned to his earlier Impressionist style. In 1896, he settled in the nearby fishing village of Doelen where his art, a combination of Impressionist handling of the paint and t ... Displaying 750 of 5066 characters.