French Lessons: Henri Royer (1869-1938)

by Matthew Innis |

    Frenchman Henri-Paul Royer (1869-1938) was a near exact contemporary of the painter Émile Friant (1863-1932).  Both spent their formative years in Nancy, and both studied in the tradition of Delacroix under Théodore Devilly (1818-1886) at the local lycée.  The two were friends, and even explored Europe together, visiting Italy and the French Riviera,…

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