Arsène Herbinier

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1897 Poster for an exhibition in the Salon des Cent by Arsène Herbinier

Arsène Herbinier (1869 – before 1955 Paris) was a French lithograph artist.

Herbinier was born in Paris in 1869. He studied with Luc-Olivier Merson, Eugène Grasset and Alfred Jean Marie Broquelet. He specialized in lithography. His work was exhibited by the Société des Artistes Français, and in 1909 he was elected a full member of this society and awarded a third class medal.[1] His works were typical of the Art Nouveau style, including the clear influence of Japanese prints and the sinuous lines, naturalistic motifs and pale female figures draped in flowing gowns.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Arwas, Victor (2002). "Herbinier, Arsène (b. 1869)". Art Nouveau: The French Aesthetic. Papadakis Publisher. ISBN 1901092372. 
  2. ^ "Art Nouveau Flower Designs". George Glazer Gallery. Retrieved 2012-05-10.