Sunday, December 16, 2012

Portraits of Women - French artist Louis Valtat 1869-1952



Louis Valtat (French artist, 1869-1952) Woman Fateuil 1903

Louis Valtat Studied at the High School in Versailles Hoch. In 1886 he Enrolled at the School of Fine Arts Completing His training at the Academie Julian Where he made friends with Albert André & amp; Pierre Bonnard. He won the Jauvin Attainville prize in 1890 & amp; Established His Own studio at Rue de La Glacière in Paris. In 1893, He Took share in the Salon des Artistes Independants for the first time. In 1894, Louis Valtat Both collaborated with Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec & amp; Albert André in Creating the decor for the Paris theater "The Work" at the request of Lugné Poe. Valtat's use of color est devenu a major concern to _him_. His use of brilliant colors Expressed His tendencies to Fauvism.

Louis Valtat (French artist, 1869-1952) Woman with Grapes



Louis Valtat (French artist, 1869-1952) Woman with Dog and Cat



Louis Valtat (French artist, 1869-1952) Lace



Louis Valtat (French artist, 1869-1952) Ironers



Louis Valtat (French artist, 1869-1952) Needlepoint



Louis Valtat (French artist, 1869-1952) Woman in Tavern 1896



Louis Valtat (French artist, 1869-1952) Child with Trumpet 1910



Louis Valtat (French artist, 1869-1952) Portrait of Mrs Valtat 1905



Louis Valtat (French artist, 1869-1952) Woman in Chair 1903



Louis Valtat (French artist, 1869-1952) Suzanne Valtat 1907



Louis Valtat (French artist, 1869-1952) Woman on Sofa 1901

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