American Lionel Walden (1861-1933) and Frenchman Henri Lesbasque (1865-1937), like many of their artistic contemporaries, considered Brittany in northern France as an inspirational mecca, especially at the reflective hour of sunset.
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French artist Henry Moret (1856-1913) is considered an Impressionist, recreating the beauty of nature with the colorful approach of Monet and Renoir, among others. A favorite locale was Brittany where he befriended and worked with Paul Gauguin.
Reposted blog. THROUGH THE EYES OF GAUGUIN THE ART OF HUMILITY Humility is perfect quietness of the heart…. Andrew Murray Before French Post-Impressionist master Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) traveled to Tahiti, the locale most associated with his work, the artist spent several years in Brittany, the inspiration for the painting above. Andrew Murray (1828-1917) […]