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ARMAND POINT (French / 1861-1932)

A contributor to L'Estampe moderne, Armand Point was born in Algeria, moving to Paris in 1888 to become a painter. Torn between the academic art of the Salons and the new art of the Impressionists, Armand Point found a point of agreement between the two in Orientalism, which also chimed with his own upbringing. Attracted by Symbolism, Armand Point exhibited with the Nabis at the first Nabis exhibition. A stay in Italy in 1894 moved Armand Point on from this approach to a kind of pre-Raphaelitism, reflected in our print.

See also:

ROBERT ENGELS
GUSTAVE-MAX STEVENS

Selected prints by ARMAND POINT

Légende dorée, 1897
Lithograph •SOLD

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