Emile-René Ménard French, 1862-1930

Overview

Emile-Rene Menard was loosely associated with a diverse group of artists called La Bande Noire, headed by Charles Cottet and Lucien Simon. These artists, unlike the Impressionists, who were working during the same time, used a more subdued palette and depicted subject often approached by the earlier Barbizon painters.

Commissions

École des Hautes Études of the Sorbonne, Paris (Library), 1906

University of Paris Law School, large canvases, 1906

Exhibitions

Paris Salon, 1883

Société Nouvelle, Buffalo, NY, 1911

Museums and Public Collections

Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio

Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, CA

Musée des Augustins, Toulouse, France

Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Argentina

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