20thC.  French school / Charles Heyman

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Charles Heyman (1881-1915)

Charles Heyman was a painter and printmaker. Heyman was born in Paris, and is primarily known for his etchings of Parisian scenes. He studied under Fernand Cormon for three years. Heyman was slow to exhibit, and by the time he did, in the Salon of 1907, he had already abandoned painting in favour of etching. He followed the success of the four etchings exhibited in 1907 with a show at the Hessèle gallery. By 1908 the two main artistic journals of the day, the Gazette des Beaux-Arts and the Revue de l'Art ancien et moderne had both invited him to contribute original etchings. This promising start to his artistic career had little time to flourish, for like so many artists of his generation Charles Heyman was killed in action in WWI.


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