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Paintings, Art Furnitures , Art Objects
Maurice JORON (1883-1937)
is a French painter, pupil of Cormon, member of the Salon of the French artists, he received many medals.
He is very appreciated by amateurs, "who compete for his paintings".
He first became a master glassmaker, according to the wishes of his father.
Then, after an internship at the Arts Décoratifs, he returned to the École des Beaux-Arts but the academic teaching did not suit him.
Thanks to the meeting of a wealthy patron, he visited Europe.
He is a painter of genre scenes, portraits and interiors...
Maurice Joron has a taste for staging in his paintings.
The tea time is inspired by the photographic framing, very appreciated by the impressionist painters.
The presence of the curtains in the foreground gives the viewer the impression of watching an intimate scene that does not concern him.
This setting is also a reminder of the works of the Renaissance that he admired during his travels.
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