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HENRI LE SIDANER (French / 1862-1939)

Henri Eugène Augustin Le Sidaner was born in Port-Louis, Île Maurice. Le Sidaner came to Paris in 1880 to study under Cabanel at the Beaux-Arts. In his early career he was influenced by the Impressionists, especially Monet and Manet, but Le Sidaner soon moved to a Symbolist and finally an Intimist style. The art of Le Sidaner has been compared to that of Ernest Laurent. Our print by Le Sidaner, "La Ronde" (reproduced on p. 195 of Bailly-Herzberg, Dictionnaire de L'Estampe en France), was his first ever lithograph, made for L'Estampe Moderne in 1899. There was a retrospective of Le Sidaner at the Musée d'Art Contemporain in Liège in 1996.

See also:

ÉMILE CLAUS
HENRI LEBASQUE
CLAUDE OSCAR MONET
MAURICE NEUMONT
ERNEST JOSEPH LAURENT

Selected prints by HENRI LE SIDANER

Maisons sur la
rivière, 1925
Lithograph •SOLD
La balustrade, 1911
Lithograph
La Ronde, 1898
Lithograph

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