Jean Hippolyte Marchand
(1882/83 - 1940)
Jean Hippolyte Marchand was active/lived in France. Jean Marchand is known for post-impressionist, cubist painting.
Biography Jean Hippolyte Marchand
French cubist painter of landscapes, figure compositions, still-life, and occasional decorative schemes, engraver, illustrator, and designer.
He was born in Paris November 21,1883 and studied there at the École des *Beaux-Arts with Leon Bonnat 1902–9, whilst supporting himself by designing jewelry, textiles, and other types of applied art. His earliest paintings included landscapes and scenes of tramps sleeping out of doors. In 1910 his painting Still Life with Bananas was exhibited in the 1910 Manet and Post-Impressionism show organized by Roger Fry and then in a second show in 1912 organized by Fry with Clive Bell, both at the Grafton Galleries in London. This led to a kind of adoption of Marchand by the B
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