Robert Hue: Nature Morte aux fruits


Type: Oil on canvas

Painting Size: 35 x 24cm

Frame Size: 44 x 33cm

Price: 350Euro

Availability: Available

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Robert Hue, École de Rouen

The Rouen School (L’École de Rouen) is a term used for artists or artisans born or working in Rouen, or for all artistic products from Rouen, such as Rouen faience of the 16th to 18th centuries.

The term was first used in 1902 by Arsène Alexandre in his catalogue to an exhibition by Joseph Delattre in the galerie Durand-Ruel in Paris. Alexandre used it to refer to Joseph DelattreLéon-Jules LemaîtreCharles Angrand and Charles Frechon, four Post-Impressionist artists interested in Neo-Impressionism (and particularly Seurat‘s pointillism) towards the end of the 1880s. Alexandre also used the term for a second generation of l’École de Rouen, including Robert Hue, Robert Antoine Pinchon and Pierre Dumont among others, in relation to Fauvism and Cubism.