FERNAND CHALANDRE (French / 1879-1924)

Fernand Chalandre was born in Nevers, and studied at the École des Beaux-Arts there, where he specialized in printmaking. From 1912 he exhibited each year at the Salon des Artistes Français. Chalandre lost the use of his legs after suffering from polio as a child, and observed life from a wheelchair, and through the window of his studio in Nevers/ The bulk of his work is in the Musée Municipal de Nevers. There was a recent retrospective of 50 works by Fernand Chalandre at the Musée Municipal de Cosne-sur-Loire.

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Selected prints by FERNAND CHALANDRE

La rue du Sort à
Nevers, 1921
Wood engraving

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