Émile Appay

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Émile Appay
Born Émile Appay
1876
Died 1935
Nationality French
Known for Painting, Watercolor painting

Émile Appay (1876– 1935) was a French landscape painter.

He studied under Henri-Joseph Harpignies and Paul Lecomte. He was a friend of André Derain.

exhibitions

Some exhibitions of Appay in different galleries in Paris :

  • Galerie Georges Petit
  • Galerie Pierre Le Chevallier
  • Galerie Jules Gautier [1] · [2]

His paintings were also shown at the Salon des artistes français from 1910 to 1920.

Among his chief pictures are
  • Le Port de Marseille - Aquarelle (38 x 57 cm)
  • Rue des halles et tour Charlemagne à Tours - Aquarelle (39,5 x 29 cm)
  • Menton - (70 x 54 cm)
Emile Appay - Menton
  • Pont sur la Seine à Rouen - Peinture, Huile/toile (38x55 cm)
  • Vue de la Salute, Venise - Peinture, Huile/toile (38x55 cm)
  • Rue de Louviers animée (Eure) – Aquarelle (33x44 cm).
  • Le Château Gaillard - Au petit Andely - Aquarelle (60x75 cm)

References[edit]

  1. ^ L'Art et les Artistes, Tome XV (Avril - Septembre 1912), Paris
  2. ^ La Chronique des Arts et de la Curiosité (Supplément à La Gazette des beaux-arts) (1920), Paris

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