"Jules René Hervé Oil On Canvas Le Bassin Du Jardin Des Tuileries In Paris Circa 1920-1930"
Jules René Hervé Oil on Canvas Le Bassin du Jardin des Tuileries in Paris Circa 1920-1930.
An excellent oil on canvas depicting The Tuileries Garden Pool in Paris in the 1930s. Exciting writing of this very appreciated estimated painter.
Our painting signed on the lower right, and it is ion its original canvas. Excellent original condition.
Jules René Hervé, Oil on Canvas Bassin du Jardin des Tuilleries, Paris Circa 1920-1930.
Dimensions unframed: W 9.05 In. - H 10.62 In.
Dimensions framed: W 14.17 In. - H 15.74 In.
Jules René Hervé: Born to the city of Langres in 1887 Died in the town of Langres in 1981.
French painter of typical scenes, portraits, and city landscapes.
Pupil of Fernand Cormon and Jules Adler, Jules René Hervé settles down in Paris and begins to expose to The French Artists Show in 1910.
Jules René Hervé receives a Silver Medal in 1914 and a Golden Medal in 1925.
Jules René Hervé shared his life between Paris and his hometown (Langres).
Jules René Hervé knows how to depict as well atmospheres livened up of the life in Paris and his monuments as the dancers of the Opera.
Jules René Hervé is appreciated by the French and foreign amateurs, Jules Hervé devoted to his art throughout his life, he is considered the last one of the impressionists.
Dictionnaire des petits maîtres de la peinture par Gérald Schurr et Pierre Cabanne.
New-York - Chicago - Montréal - Casablanca - Paris - Langres - Annecy - Calais - Dijon - Luxeuil-Les-Bains - Saint-Etienne - Tourcoing - Troyes.