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PAUL HUET (French / 1803-1869)

The painter and engraver Paul Huet was a pupil of Antoine-Jean Gros and Pierre-Narcisse Guérin, and a friend and associate of Delacroix. Inspired like other Barbizon School artists by the art of John Constable (exhibited in Paris in 1824), Huet published his first lithographs in 1829 and his first etchings in 1834. Paul Huet is one of the landscape artists who both in painting and etching helped lay the ground for the Impressionists. See Miquel, Paul Huet, 1962.

See also:

CAMILLE JEAN-BAPTISTE COROT
CHARLES-FRANÇOIS DAUBIGNY
HENRI HARPIGNIES

Selected prints by PAUL HUET

Soirée d'été - les
baigneuses, 1867 (1911 printing)
Etching •SOLD
Vieilles maisons sur
le port de Honfleur, 1911
Etching

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