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Uit:La gravure sur bois moderne de l’occident 1928
Roger Avermaete


Standaardwerk over de geschiedenis van de houtsnede van west-europa in het eerste kwart van de 20 ste eeuw.


Antwerpse schrijver Roger Avermaete (Antwerpen, 1893 - Antwerpen, 1988), een van de laatste Fransschrijvende Vlamingen. Beroepshalve was hij verbonden aan de Commissie van Openbare Onderstand te Antwerpen, waarvan hij secretaris was van 1945 tot aan zijn pensioen. Roger Avermaete was dichter, romanschrijver en bezieler van de Franstalige uitgeverij Les Editions Lumière, die hij in 1925 te Antwerpen oprichtte.


Cliche houtsnede - 1928
Maat 14 - 11
Hermann Paul, 1864-1940
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René Georges Hermann-Paul (December 27, 1864 – June 23, 1940) was a French artist. He was born in Paris and died in Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer.

Recent efforts to catalog the work of Hermann-Paul reveal an artist of considerable scope. He was a well-known illustrator whose work appeared in numerous newspapers and periodicals. His fine art was displayed in gallery exhibitions alongside Vuillard, Matisse and Toulouse-Lautrec. Early works were noted for their satiric characterizations of the foibles of French society. His points were made with simple caricature. His illustrations relied on blotches of pure black with minimum outline to define his animated marionettes. His exhibition pieces were carried by large splashes of color and those same fine lines of black. Hermann-Paul worked in Ripolin enamel paint, watercolors, woodcuts, lithographs, drypoint engraving, oils, and ink.

On the eve of the First World War, he made quite an impression as part of M. Druet's "First Group." As noted by the Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs, the exhibition was "chiefly remarkable for a series of paintings or drawings - it is hard to say which - by M. Hermann-Paul in a new medium which is simply ripolin."[1] The Great War soon intervened and Hermann-Paul would document its tragedy as well as its foibles. After the war, he underwent several stylistic changes. In his later years, he produced many works in dry point and ink depicting his beloved Camargue.

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