Henri de Jordan

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Henri de Jordan (September 13, 1944 – January 31, 1996), was a painter.

Jordan was born in Algiers. In the 1960s, he even worked on ceramic decoration at Sant Vicens (Perpignan) as like as Picasso at Madoura (Vallauris). His friends were: Jean Lurçat and Jean Picart le Doux.

His most important works were made from gouache, pastels and Oil painting. His works spread all over the world especially in France and in the north and the center of Europe. He died at Royan.

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