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Paul André Jean Eschbach

by on February 27, 2015

Paul André Jean Eschbach, born in Paris in 1881, died in 1961. French School.


Above painting Circa 1958 size 8F (18×15″)

Paul André Jean Eschbach, born in Paris France in 1881, died in 1961. French School.
Painter of genre, portraits, landscapes, seascapes, interiors, flowers.

He was a pupil of Jean-Paul Laurens in Paris and Pharaoh Abdon Leon de Winter Beaux-Arts in Lille. He regularly exhibited in Paris at the Salon of French Artists, of which he eventually became a member. He obtained in 1907 a third-class medal and a gold medal in 1920.

He taught at the Académie Julian from 1912 to 1938. Several Museums province retain its works. After 1920, he abandoned the interior scenes and genre, to which he was devoted. He painted many portraits and became known as a landscape. Quoting foremost his seascapes and snow effects. BENEZIT.

“… After portraits and genre scenes, until a trip to Italy in 1912, invites pleinairisme, Paul Eschbach-Marinist becomes landscape, adorning pearly radiance as shrouded nature serenity. Reflecting this development, collectors prefer his landscapes and seascapes. “GERALD SCHURR.

REFERENCES: BENEZIT
SCHURR GERALD – THE Guidargus
AKOUN
ADEC – ED. BORDAS


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