(1874 - 1946)
Pierre Eugene Montezin was active/lived in France. Pierre Montezin is known for landscape, seascape, marine, figure, still life painting.
A highly acclaimed artist of the French school, Pierre Montezin painted
landscapes, figures, and still lifes. He worked with oils,
pastels, and gouache, all of which are well suited to his rather
impressionistic style with his extremely painterly brushwork.
His father, a lace draftsman, first sparked his son's interest in the
arts by entering him in a decorative atelier where he was intended to
quickly learn the art of executing decorative murals. Then,
eventually influenced by the theories and techniques of the first
Impressionists, he decided to make his debut as a true picture painter
Around the year 1903, Montezin befriended Ernest Quost, who made him
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