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ANTOINE MARIE RAYNOLT (French / 1874-?)

Antoine Marie Raynolt was born in Toulouse. He studied under Benjamin Constant and Jean-Paul Laurens at the Beaux-Arts, Paris. He was made a member of the Société des Artistes Français in 1905, having exhibited at its Salon for some years, receiving an honorable mention in 1897 and a third class medal in 1902. Raynolt was still exhibiting canvases, often of statuesque nudes, at this Salon in 1914. After WWI, Antoine Raynolt appears to have concentrated more on wood engraved illustrations than on painting.

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Selected prints by ANTOINE MARIE RAYNOLT

Lettrines, 1927
Wood engraving
Culs-de-lampe, 1927
Wood engraving

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