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Nature Morte Paul Elie Gernez



Country of origin: France

Medium: Oil on canvas

Signed: Signed lower left

Dated: c. 1915

Size: 10.00" x 15.00" (25.4cm x 38.1cm)

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Effet De Neige Paul Elie Gernez

Oil on panel


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Effet De Neige
by Paul Elie Gernez

Le Jardin D’Eden Paul Elie Gernez

c. 1920
Oil on canvas


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Le Jardin D’Eden
by Paul Elie Gernez

Dimanche Paul Elie Gernez

Oil on paper laid on panel


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by Paul Elie Gernez

Artist biography

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Paul-Élie Gernez was not unaffected by the explorations of the Cubists, but he took to heart Vauxcelles' words that Cubism leads to painting provided you leave it behind. Strengthened by salutary experimentation, he returned to nature. He was primarily a landscape and seascape artist, having spent almost the whole of his life in Honfleur, and he is sometimes reminiscent of Jongkind in his observation of light on the sea. Among his works are nudes and female figures, and more flowers than still-lifes. He illustrated François Mauriac's Génitrix and Charles Maurras' The Road to Paradise (Le Chemin de paradis). His varied works are characterised by great sensibility which does not exclude firm structuring. He held solo exhibitions in Paris in 1917, 1922 and 1924. A posthumous retrospective, curated by his friend Robert Rey, was held in 1969 and a further one took place in 1984.