Jean Eugène Julien Massé (1856-1950)
Sous-bois, Luzancy 1902
Oil on canvas
Signed and dated lower left on the back
, the stamp of the Salon of 1902
Salon des artistes Français of 1902, n°1143 of the Jean catalog
Eugène Julien Massé (1856-1950) Post-Impressionist landscape painter born in Meaux (Seine et Marne) in 1856, died and 1950. In 1879, after spending three years in a battalion of foot hunters in Algeria, Jean Massé took courses of Fine Arts in Amiens then in Paris in Boulanger's studio. Around 1882 Jean Massé moved to Luzancy and became a pupil of the painter Alexandre Bouché. Inspired by the Briarde countryside, the banks of the Marne, or Brittany, the subtle nuanced touch of colored grays make the foliage and the light of his compositions shudder in the manner of the masters of 19th century landscape.
Amiens: Museum of Fine Arts Arras:
Museum of Fine Arts Meaux:
Reins: Museum of Fine Arts
Town Hall of La Ferté sous Jouarre
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