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Émile Appay (1876– 1935) was a French landscape painter.

Émile Appay
Born1876
Saint-Just (Eure - France)
Died1935
NationalityFrench
Known forPainting, Watercolor painting

He studied under Henri-Joseph Harpignies and Paul Lecomte. He was a friend of André Derain.

From 1922 to 1932 he travelled around several countries in Europe, while helping to make stage sets for the Georges Pitoëff theatre troupe.

ExhibitionsEdit

Some exhibitions of Appay in different galleries in Paris :

  • Galerie Georges Petit
  • Galerie Pierre Le Chevallier
  • Galerie Jules Gautier [1][2]

His paintings were also shown at the Salon des artistes français from 1910 to 1920.

PaintingsEdit

 
Emile Appay - Menton
  • Le Port de Marseille - Aquarelle (38 x 57 cm)
  • Rue des halles et tour Charlemagne à Tours - Aquarelle (39,5 x 29 cm)
  • Menton - (70 x 54 cm)
  • Pont sur la Seine à Rouen - Peinture, Huile/toile (38x55 cm)
  • Vue de la Salute, Venise - Peinture, Huile/toile (38x55 cm)
  • Rue de Louviers animée (Eure) – Aquarelle (33x44 cm).
  • Le Château Gaillard - Au petit Andely - Aquarelle (60x75 cm)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ L'Art et les Artistes, Tome XV (Avril - Septembre 1912), Paris
  2. ^ La Chronique des Arts et de la Curiosité (Supplément à La Gazette des beaux-arts) (1920), Paris

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