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FERNAND PIET (French / 1869-1942)

A French neo-Impressionist of great ability, the painter, etcher and lithographer Fernand Piet made many studies of Breton subjects, especially small-town life and washerwomen. Fernand Piet was a friend of Toulouse-Lautrec and of Jean-Louis Forain, and like them took the bistrots, cabarets and streets of Montmartre as his subjects. Piet studied at the atelier of Fernand Cormon at the Beaux-Arts, Paris, and then with Eugène Carrière.

See also:

EUGÈNE CARRIÈRE
HENRY-GABRIEL IBELS
VICTOR ÉMILE PROUVÉ
JACQUES WÉLY

Selected prints by FERNAND PIET

Un Marché en Zélande, 1898
Lithograph

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