Louis Neillot, an artist working in the style of Fauvism,* was the son of a gardener-florist, Jean Neillot, and Louise Barghon. Mobilized at the end of the First World War; he was gassed, recovered and then moved to Paris where he began to frequent the arts and literary circles of the capital.
He returned in the summer Bourbonnais, where he was inspired by the landscapes; he stayed first near Cusset, then from 1946 to 1958 in Creuzier-le-Neuf; finally, from 1958, he came to spend several months a year at Verger, in a house he owned in Saulcet. But the landscapes of the Paris region are also present in his work: heights of Clamart and Meudon, Chevreuse valley, valley of Petit Morin.
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