HENRI DELAVALLEE (French / 1862-1943)

Jean Gabriel Henri Delavallée was one of the key members of the Pont Aven school; he was closely associated with Paul Gauguin and Emile Bernard. For a while, under the influence of his friend Seurat, he was a Pointillist. For ten years from 1891 Henri Delavallée lived in Constantinople, before returning to Brittany. Born in Reims, Henri Delavallée was a brilliant young man, who entered the Sorbonne and the École Nationale des Beaux-Arts simultaneously. At the Beaux-Arts he was taught by Carolus Duran and Merson.

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Selected prints by HENRI DELAVALLEE

Angélique à sa
fenêtre, 1891

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