A Woman Sewing

Year: 1904

Description: Around the turn of the 20th Century, Hermann-Paul created work in the intimiste style The term was coined – derisively, it seems – by Édouard Vuillard who used it to describe his own style. Other practitioners include Maurice Lobre, Hughes de Beaumont, Henri Matisse, Rene Prinet and Ernest Laurent. The Intimists first collective exhibition was shown at Henry Grave's galleries in 1905. The exhibition included several works by Hermann-Paul. This work was probably completely prior to that exhibition. Courtesy of FC Fine Art

Provenance: L'Estampe Originale

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