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 Jules Emile Zingg  (1882 - 1942)

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Lived/Active: France/United States      Known for: still life, landscape painting

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Jules-Émile Zingg (b. 1882 / d. 1942)

Jules Zingg was born in Montbéliard in Easter, France.

Zingg was the son of a clockmaker and began drawing at the age of four.  Learning from his father, Zingg began to design clocks and won a scholarship, in 1901, to study at the Beauz-Arts school college in Besançon under Félix Giacomotti.  He then won a scholarship to in Paris at the École des Beaux-Arts.  During this time period Zingg was heavily influenced by Paul Cézanne.

Zingg began to exhibit at the Salon des Independants and the Salon d’Automme  after World WarI, in a modernist style.  During c. 1920s, Zingg exhibited frequently in Paris.  In 1918, Zingg moves back to Bretagne where he had his exhibition in Paris in November of that year.

Five years after he left Franche-Comté, to Etobon, Zingg will moved back to village in 1919.  Zingh had the opportunity to pay a rustic tribute to this country part that he was deeply connected to for 3 months.  In July of 1921, Zingg settles in Saint Saturin for seven months.
Zingg was awarded Chevalier de la légion d'honneur in 1930, then in 1937 he was awarded the Grand Prize at the Exposition Universelle.

Selected Works Include:
1908         Le répas des paysans
1910         L'enterrement sous la neige
1922         Les moisonneurs
1930         La villa brune à Paris
                 Paysage Breton
                 La charette
                 Paysage animé en Automne
                 Paysage,mer et moisson en Bretagne
20 works were donated in 1970 to be exhibited at the museum of Cosne-sur-Loire.

Jules-Émile Zingg died in Paris in 1942.

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