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HENRY-GABRIEL IBELS (French / 1867-1936)

Henry-Gabriel Ibels trained at the Académie Julian, where he met Bonnard, Vuillard, Denis, Ranson and Sérusier. With them, Ibels founded the Nabis, participating in the first Nabis exhibition in 1891, and in almost all the subsequent shows. A disciple of Gauguin, Henry-Gabriel Ibels also learned a great deal from his friend Toulouse-Lautrec, especially about lithography. Ibels collaborated with Toulouse-Lautrec on an 1893 suite of prints, Le Café-concert. Like Toulouse-Lautrec, he found a favourite subject in the circus and its clowns. One of Ibels' pupils was the etcher Eugène Bejot.

See also:

NOËL BUREAU
GEORGES DE FEURE
RICHARD RANFT
EUGÈNE BÉJOT

Selected prints by HENRY-GABRIEL IBELS

Mévisto, 1897
Lithograph
Pantomime, 1898
Lithograph

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