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Display artist/maker:

Armand Coussens

Born: 1881, France, Saint-Ambroix   Died: 1935, France, Nimes

Painter and printmaker. Studied at Beaux-Arts, Nimes, under Alexis Lahaye. Lahaye encouraged Coussens to travel to Paris to enter for the Prix de Rome, however, dissatisfied by the strict historical focus of the course, he returned to Nimes in 1907 to become a professor at the Beaux-Arts. He began etching in 1912 and his first success came in 1914 when he sold a plate to the master printer Vernant. The Musée de Luxembourg bought eight etchings and a painting by Coussens, along with two watercolours by his wife, Jeanne. Unfortunately this was likely the high point of his career, as he was unfortunate not to receive the success of his printmaking predecessor Honore Daumier. He favoured colour etchings, which were seen as less worthy at the time, and his forward thinking appreciation of Impressionism rather than historical painting left him somewhat lost before his time.

Objects in the collections associated with this artist/maker

L’Âne et le Vieillard PR3594 Prints

Les Chevres PR3595 Prints




 
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