20 de octubre de 2015

Henri Moret

Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret

Biography:
Henry Moret (12 December 1856, Cherbourg - 5 May 1913, Paris) was a French Impressionist painter. He was one of the artists who associated with Gauguin at Pont-Aven in Brittany.
Little is known of Moret's life until he began his military service in 1875. Jules La Villette, his commander in Lorient, who first noticed his artistic talents, introduced him to Ernest Corroller, a drawing teacher and marine painter. Corroller taught him the art of landscape painting as practiced by masters such as Corot and Courbet, enabling him to register at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris where in 1876 he studied under Rudolf Lehmann, Jean-Léon Gérôme and later, from about 1880, under the history painter Jean-Paul Laurens.


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret


Henri Moret