Lawrence Fine Art

Name : Henri Hayden
Biography :


c. 1950

Ecole de Paris painter Hayden was one of many talented Jewish artists who moved to Paris on or between the two world wars and evolved a luscious style of painting influenced by Cubism, Fauvism and Expressionism.  Others include Chagall, Soutine, Kremegne, Kisling and Kikoine. Hayden first exhibited in 1913 at the Salon des Independents and one of his paintings, the Three Muscians, was included in a special exhibit along with works by Gris, Picasso and Lipschitz.  Hayden never fully adopted Cubism and in the middle of his career returned to painting more realistic landscapes.  This painting comes directly from a well-known collection in Israel.

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