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DANIEL ROUVIERE (French / 1913-)

The painter and etcher Daniel Rouvière was a friend and associate of Lucien Fontanarosa, Yves Brayer, and the painters of Poetic Reality, especially Jules Cavaillès and André Planson. Rouvière was also close to the writer and art critic André Billy. Daniel Rouvière studied under various teachers, including Maurice Testart, René Xavier Prinet, Gaston Billoul, and Jean de la Houque. Rouvière lived and worked in Barbizon, where he was a member of the school Peinture and Nature, devoted to working in the open air directly from the motif. Daniel Rouvière exhibited from 1933 with the Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-arts, winning the prize in 1938; he also won the prize of the Carnegie Institute in Chicago.

See also:

YVES BRAYER
JULES CAVAILLÈS
LUCIEN FONTANAROSA
ANDRÉ PLANSON
RENÉ FRANÇOIS XAVIER PRINET

Selected prints by DANIEL ROUVIERE

Walking the dog, 1946
Etching
Conversation in a
bar, 1946
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An intimate supper, 1946
Etching

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