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PIERRE GEORGES JEANNIOT (French / 1848-1934)

An interesting minor Impressionist, Pierre Georges Jeanniot was admired by Manet, Pissarro and Degas. It was while staying with Jeanniot at Dienay that Degas executed his first colour monotype. Georges Jeanniot is best-remembered for his etchings, but he also made lithographs and wood engravings. Jeanniot was born in Geneva, to French parents. His teacher was his father, Pierre-Alexandre Jeanniot, the director of the École des Beaux-Arts in Dijon. See Bailly-Herzberg, Dictionnaire de l'estampe en France; Melot, L'estampe Impressioniste; Monneret, L'Impressionisme et son époque.

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Selected prints by PIERRE GEORGES JEANNIOT

Picnic, 1886
Etching
Germinie Lacerteux, 1886
Watercolour/gouache
Les Femmes, 1896
Etching

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