Fernand Maillaud

France 1862 - 1948

Impressionism

Fernand Maillaud
Fernand Maillaud
Male
France
1862
May 1, 2013
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Author of monumental paintings, furniture and tapestries, Fernand Maillaud moved to Paris in 1886 with his wife and took drawing lessons, notably at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. He later became part of the group of post-impressionist and symbolist artists who formed in 1891 around Paul Gauguin. He left for Italy in 1900 and painted many landscapes, notably in Venice.

Featured image: Fernand Maillaud – Haymaking – image courtesy of Expertissim