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(b Cuiseaux, 11 Nov. 1868; d La Baule, nr. St-Nazaire, 21 June 1940). French painter, draughtsman, designer, and lithographer. In the 1890s he was a member of the Nabis and at this time painted intimate interiors and scenes from Montmartre, his sensitive patterning of flattish colours owing something to Gauguin and something to Puvis de Chavannes, but creating a distinctive manner of his own. He also designed posters and theatrical sets.

Text Source: The Oxford Dictionary of Art and Artists (Oxford University Press)