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BERNARD BUFFET
PAUL CEZANNE
PAINTER
EDGAR DEGAS
CLAUDE MONET
ALFRED SISLEY
ANTOINE WATTEAU
ARISTIDE MAILLOL
ARMAND GUILLAUMIN
BOUDIN
CAMILLE PISSARRO
CHAIM SOUTINE
CONSTANT TROYON
GEORGES DE LA TOUR
GUSTAVE CAILLEBOTTE
GUSTAVE COURBET
HENRI MATISSE
JAMES TISSOT
JEAN COCTEAU
MARCEL DUCHAMP
MAX ERNST
PAINTERS
PAUL SIGNAC
PAUL GAUGUIN
PIERRE BONNARD
PIERRE AUGUSTE RENOIR
RIGAUD
REGNAULT
ALBERTO GIACOMETTI
ALBERT GLEIZES
ALBERT MARQUET
ANDRE DERAIN
ARMAN
AUGUSTE HERBIN
BALTHUS
BOSSE
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Bernard Buffet

  1. Bernard Buffet was an acclaimed artist by the age of twenty on account of his distinctive style and apparent talent.
  2. Bernard Buffet was born in Paris where, except for summer holidays, he spent his childhood and went to school.
  3. Bernard Buffet was married to the writer Annabel Buffet (n--e Schwob).
  4. Bernard Buffet was married to the writer and singer Annabel Buffet (née Schwob).
  5. Bernard Buffet was married to the writer and singer Annabel Buffet (n--e Schwob).

Paul Cezanne

  1. Paul Cezanne was a middle-sized man with a balding hairline and a good-sized beard.
  2. Paul Cezanne was an artist who influenced the early part of the modern art era.
  3. Paul Cezanne was born on January 19, 1839, as the son of a wealthy banker in the southern French town of Aix-en-Provence.
  4. Paul Cezanne was born on January 19, 1839, in the Aix-en-Province, located in the South of France.
  5. Paul Cezanne: A Painter's Journey follows his achievements and life, offering kids in grades 4-6 a little over thirty pages of detail on his life and times.

Painter

  1. A painter is a person who paints woodwork, walls, etc.
  2. A painter was appointed inspector.
  3. The painter is only a beginner here, as shown by the otherwise unusual monogram.
  4. The painter was a Viennese and was decorated with the Order of Franz Josef and the Russian Order of.
  5. The painter was also influenced by life in Paris.

Edgar Degas

  1. Edgar Degas is a French artist, active in the second half of the XIX century.
  2. Edgar Degas was a collector of ukiyo-e, Japanese woodblock prints.
  3. Edgar Degas was a most prolific user of pastel and its champion.
  4. Edgar Degas was a realist who despised the term "Impressionist" but is considered one due to his loyalty to the group.
  5. Edgar Degas was acknowledged as the master of drawing the human figure in motion.

Claude Monet

  1. Claude Monet is a French artist, one of the creators of Impressionism, active in the second half of the XIX century and the beginning of the XX century.
  2. Claude Monet's image "Impression, Sunrise" played an important role in forming the term "impressionism".
  3. Claude Monet is a principal founder of Impressionism.
  4. Claude Monet was a French impressionist painter.
  5. Claude Monet was a founder and central figure of the 19th century art movement known as Impressionism.

Alfred Sisley

  1. Alfred Sisley is a French Impressionist painter, active in the second half of the XIX century.
  2. Alfred Sisley was a "French" (born of English parents in France) impressionist painter.
  3. Alfred Sisley was a British painter born 1839 in Paris, France and died 1899 in Moret-sur-Loing, France.
  4. Alfred Sisley was a French landscape painter born in Paris of English parents.
  5. Alfred Sisley was born in Paris of English parents, and apart from a few visits to London, where he was sent to learn English, he spent his life in France.

Antoine Watteau

  1. Antoine Watteau was a French painter and engraver.
  2. Antoine Watteau was born in Valenciennes in northern France in humble circumstances.
  3. Antoine Watteau was probably the single artist whom they admired the most.
  4. Antoine Watteau was the son of a roof tiler.

Aristide Maillol

  1. Aristide Maillol was an artist with a large and varied range of interests.
  2. Aristide Maillol was born on April 8, 1861, at Banyuls in the Pyrenees, where his family lived by fishing and growing vines.

Armand Guillaumin

  1. Armand Guillaumin is a French landscape painter, one of the minor figures of the Impressionist group.
  2. Armand Guillaumin is born in Paris, France into a working class family that recently emigrated from Moulins in Bourbonnais.

Boudin

  1. Boudin is a learned colourist of grey tones.
  2. Boudin was able to create paintings that came alive with his use of color - oceans seemed to roll, and the sand would flicker in the sun.
  3. Boudin was also one of the first painters to work in open air.
  4. Boudin was born on the coast of Normandy and remained faithful to his native province throughout his long life.
  5. Boudin was marine painter, and expert in the rendering of all that goes upon the sea and along its shores.

Camille Pissarro

  1. Camille Pissarro is a French Impressionist artist, active in the second half of the XIX century.
  2. Camille Pissarro is a French painter and graphic artist.
  3. Camille Pissarro was a French impressionist painter.
  4. Camille Pissarro was a major figure in the history of Impressionism.
  5. Camille Pissarro was actively painting up until the end of his life.

Chaim Soutine

  1. Chaim Soutine is a French Expressionist artist of the XX century.
  2. Chaim Soutine is a painter, who has been finding inspirations in Rembrandts and Chardins achievements.
  3. Chaim Soutine was a Jewish expressionist painter from the Russian Empire.
  4. Chaim Soutine was a painter from Lithuania.
  5. Chaim Soutine was born in 1893 in Smilovichi, a small Jewish settlement not far from Minsk, then the territory of the Russian Empire, now Byelorussia.

Constant Troyon

  1. Constant Troyon was a French animal painter.
  2. Constant Troyon was a French painter who was born in Sevres.
  3. Constant Troyon was a landscape painter, and also a wonderful animal painter.
  4. Constant Troyon was an animal painter of the first rank, and was closely associated with the artists who painted around Barbizon.
  5. Constant Troyon was the son of an employee of a porcelain factory in Sevres.

Georges De La Tour

  1. Georges de La Tour is a French artist, active in the first half of the XVII century.
  2. Georges de La Tour was born on March 13, 1593 in the town of Vic-upon-Seille, in Lorraine.
  3. Georges de la Tour was born in 1593 in Vic-sur-Seille, France.
  4. Georges de la Tour was born in 1593, in Vic-sur-Seille, in Lorraine (eastern France), where he lived until 1620.
  5. Georges de la Tour was born on the 13th of March 1593 in the town of Vic-sur-Seille in Lorraine.

Gustave Caillebotte

  1. Gustave Caillebotte was born in 1848 to a wealthy family who had made their money in textiles and real estate during the redevelopment of Paris in the 1860s.
  2. Gustave Caillebotte is born into a rich family in the textile industry, then in real estate.
  3. Gustave Caillebotte was a friend of the Impressionists from the very first hour.
  4. Gustave Caillebotte was from a wealthy family who lived nearby in the family mansion at 77 rue de Miromesnil at the corner of rue de Lisbone.
  5. Gustave Caillebotte was the earliest patrons of the impressionists.

Gustave Courbet

  1. Gustave Courbet is a French painter, born at Ornans, the son of a prosperous farmer.
  2. Gustave Courbet is a major-scale character to more than match his paintings.
  3. Gustave Courbet was born in Ornans in 1819, the son of a wealthy bourgeois farmer of peasant origin.
  4. Gustave Courbet was born into a wealthy bourgeoisie family in 1819.
  5. Gustave Courbet was born on June 10, 1819 , to a prosperous farming family in Ornans, France.

Henri Matisse

  1. Henri Matisse was one of the most innovative artists of this century, equaled only by Picasso.
  2. Henri Matisse was born in Le Chateau, in the north of France.

James Tissot

  1. James Tissot is a French artist active in the second half of the XIX century.
  2. James Tissot is a French painter and graphic artist.
  3. James Tissot is one of a small group of Victorian artists whose work is even more popular today than in his own lifetime.
  4. James Tissot was born in France in 1836.
  5. James Tissot was just as successful there as he had been in Paris and lived in some style in St John's Wood.

Jean Cocteau

  1. Jean Cocteau is a preeminent figure in 20th century French culture.
  2. JEAN COCTEAU is a subject to make a curator's mouth water.
  3. Jean Cocteau - A look at the director's Orphic Trilogy and brief profile.
  4. Jean Cocteau is a very important artist.
  5. Jean Cocteau was a French actor, poet, film director and play write.

Marcel Duchamp

  1. Marcel Duchamp is a French artist, active in the XX century.
  2. Marcel Duchamp is a true inspiration also because he is not a perfectionist.
  3. Marcel Duchamp was a French painter, poet, and chess players.
  4. Marcel Duchamp was among the young circle that was eager to fight.
  5. Marcel Duchamp was born in 1887, in Blaineville, and died in 1968, in Neuilly.

Max Ernst

  1. Max Ernst is a German painter, sculptor and poet of the XX century, representative of Dadaism and Surrealism.
  2. Max Ernst was among those who shared the views and aims of the Surrealists and took an active part in founding the new movement.
  3. Max Ernst was born at Bruhl, near Cologne, the son of Philipp Ernst, teacher of the deaf and amateur painter, and his wife, Luise nee Kopp.
  4. Max Ernst was born on April 2, 1891 in the town of Bruhl , near Cologne, Germany.
  5. Max Ernst was born on April 2, 1891, in Brühl, a small German town located near the Rhine River between Bonn and Cologne.

Painters

  1. Painters are often attracted to reside in areas where they can find good subject matter without the need to travel far afield.
  2. Painters were piling colors on top of colors that hadn't dried.
  3. The painters are the best cameras of the world.

Paul Signac

  1. Paul Signac is a French painter, active in the end of the XIX century and the beginning of the XX century.
  2. Paul Signac was a French neo-Impressionist painter, one of the originators of the technique known as Pointillism or Divisionism.
  3. Paul Signac was also to move to Saint Clair in 1891.
  4. Paul Signac was born in Paris in 1863 and became an early admirer of Monet.
  5. Paul Signac was born in Paris in 1863 into a well to do bourgeois family.

Paul Gauguin

  1. Paul Gauguin was a French post impressionist painter whose lush color, flat two-dimensional forms, and subject matter helped form the basis of modern art.
  2. Paul Gauguin lied nearly two month with Vincent van Gogh.
  3. Paul GAUGUIN was born in Paris in 1848 in a middle-class French family.
  4. Paul Gauguin is a French Post-Impressionist painter, sculptor, and printmaker, born in Paris of a journalist from Orleans and a Peruvian Creole mother.
  5. Paul Gauguin is a French artist, active in the second half of the XIX century one of the founders of the Post-Impressionism.

Pierre Bonnard

  1. PIERRE BONNARD is one of the artist i admire the most.
  2. Pierre Bonnard is a French artist of the XX century.
  3. Pierre Bonnard was a French painter famous for painting nudes.
  4. Pierre Bonnard was a French painter, book illustrator, lithographer, and etcher, and a leader of the French "Intimiste" school of painting.
  5. Pierre Bonnard was a very private painter who confined his subject matter to his wife, his homes, the surrounding countryside, and his self-portraits.

Pierre Auguste Renoir

  1. Pierre Auguste Renoir was a French impressionist painter noted for his radiant, intimate paintings, particularly of the female nude.
  2. Pierre Auguste Renoir was a central figure of this development, particularly in its impressionist phase.
  3. Pierre Auguste Renoir was born at Limoges but not long afterwards his family moved to Paris where his dad worked as a tailor.
  4. Pierre Auguste Renoir was born in 1841 in Limoges, France, but moved to Paris with his family when he was 13.
  5. Pierre Auguste Renoir was one of the co-founders of Impressionism.

Rigaud

  1. Rigaud was a painter of Royalty.
  2. Rigaud was one of the major painters of large-scale decorative schemes for fashionable interiors of the late 18th century.

Regnault

  1. Regnault was born in Paris, and began life at sea in a merchant vessel.
  2. Regnault was a prominent French painter who won the prestigious Prix de Rome in 1776.
  3. Regnault was born in Paris, the son of Henri Victor Regnault.

Alberto Giacometti

  1. Alberto Giacometti was "a brother, a friend." Balthus kept a photograph of him in his studio.
  2. Alberto Giacometti was a Surrealist and a friend of Sartre's.

Albert Gleizes

  1. Albert Gleizes is a "second-tier" Cubist artist who produced many superb paintings.
  2. Albert Gleizes was born in Paris in 1881.

Albert Marquet

  1. Albert Marquet was a Fauve painter born in the Bordeaux region of France.
  2. Albert Marquet was a painter and draughtsman who was a member of the Fauves early in his career and a close friend of Matisse.
  3. Albert Marquet was born in 1875 and the exhibition covers the artist's work from 1900 until his death in 1947.

Andre Derain

  1. Andre Derain was one of the Fauvists who used the brightest colours.

Arman

  1. ARMAN: To begin with, there's the Rockefeller Collection.
  2. Arman is a college student who visited the spot with his new friends.
  3. Arman is one of the main contributors of the exhibition Arts Plastiques to be held at the Musee d'Art Contemporain de Nice in the month of June.
  4. Arman was also an avid collector of art and antiques, from knives to jukeboxes.

Auguste Herbin

  1. Auguste Herbin was born near the Belgian border of France to a family of artisans.

Balthus

  1. Balthus is the pseudonym of Balthasar Klossowski de Rola, who was born in Paris, the son of Polish aristocrats who were both painters.
  2. Balthus is a huge influence for me and I think that those people who have labeled him a pervert ought to sit down and have a long talk with themselves.
  3. Balthus is a master at making the audience see him in what he believes to be a flattering light.
  4. Balthus is an artist who has generated ample controversy as well as adoration.
  5. Balthus is one of the world's most distinguished artists.

Bosse

  1. Bosse is the most noted French engraver of the 17th century.
  2. Bosse was a noted figure in the French artistic community.

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