Charles Edmond René His (1877-1960) École française 20ème siècle flag


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"Charles Edmond René His (1877-1960) École française 20ème siècle"
‘’Paysage à l'étang’’ huile sur toile signée en bas à gauche René His, dimensions80,50 x 60 cm.(circa 1920)
Charles Edmond René His was born in the small town of Colombes, France in 1877. Although little is recorded about his life, it is known that he was taught by the distinguished teachers; Jules Lefebvre, Tony Robert-Fleury and Leon Tanzi. However, the most important influence on his work appears to have been the well-known artist Henri Biva whose meticulous style and feeling for nature inspired him to strive for perfection in his depiction of woodland and river banks. He became a member of La Sociéte des Artistes Francais in 1897 and received a commendation, followed by a bronze medal, in 1900. L'Exposition Universelle also honoured him in the same year. His rarely ventured far afield and became something of a recluse. However, he did travel to the coastal regions of Provence and to Algeria. Examples of his work during this period are comparatively rare. Rene His' works were successfully sold, for many years in France, through the Leon Gerard Gallery. Collectors and critics alike across the Channel were captivated by his outstanding treatment of the interaction of light on water and demand grew for his paintings in Britain
Museums: Cahors, Charleville, Constantine and Senlis.
Prix: 9800 €
Artiste: Charles Edmond René His
Epoque: 20ème siècle
Style: Autre style
Etat: Très bon état

Matière: Huile sur toile
Largeur: 80.50
Hauteur: 60

Référence (ID): 320521

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