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Henri ZUBER (1844-1909) - The Mont-Blanc massif
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Period :
19th century
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Dimensions :
L. 55.12 inch X H. 36.61 inch
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Henri ZUBER (1844-1909) - The Mont-Blanc massif

Henri ZUBER (1844-1909) The Mont-Blanc massif, 1892 oil on canvas, signed and dated lower left 93x140cm Henri Zuber was born on June 24, 1844 in Alsace, where his grandfather, Jean Zuber, had founded a famous wallpaper factory. After studying in Strasbourg then in Paris, he joined the Brest Naval School in 1861 where he met the marine painter Auguste Mayer, whose student he was from 1862 to 1863. His career as a nature painter began extends from 1872 to 1909. Remaining outside the new trends which characterize the second half of the 19th century, a versatile painter practicing watercolor, oil, drawing and pastel with equal joy, Henri Zuber will achieve fame with his landscapes and met with great success among his contemporaries exhibiting each year at the Salon of French Artists where he received numerous awards.

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19th Century Oil Painting