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Émile
Aubry
French painter & illustrator
born 1880- died 1964

Born in: Algeria

Nationality:
French

Citizenship:
Algeria & France

Student of:


Biographical Information

Emile Aubry was born in Algeria but moved to Paris as a child. In 1904 he became the pupil of Gerome, later transferring to the atelier Carolus-Duran. Never forgetful of his childhood in North Africa, where he continued to travel, Aubry produced many orientalist works before turning to portraiture and the grand "Neo-Classical" style which became fashionable in the 1920s. Exhibited: Paris, Salon de 1910, No. 69 (Illustrated in the catalogue p. 530).

The Voice of Pan

Alternate title: La Voix de Pan
-1930
Oil on plywood
196 x 154 cm
(77.17" x 60.63")
Private collection

Added: 2013-08-12
The Voice of Pan