Henri Le Sidaner’s artworks
Henri Le Sidaner was a member of the International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers, the most famous artistic fellowship of the Belle Époque, before World War II.
Its members, often qualified as “The last impressionists”, shared a taste for intimate and family sceneries, as well as landscape paintings. From 1895 to 1939, those artists, highly influenced by impressionism, received unanimous approval from the audience and the critique. They were featured in all prestigious international exhibitions.
During his lifetime, Henri Le Sidaner made more than 4,000 paintings. To discover some of them, click here and below you’ll find the link to specific museums.
There are moments when I feel overwhelmed, when I don’t know anything. My hand makes a series of strokes, but my eye is not in command, I follow my stream of thought…, when I stop and step back, I am astonished at what I have done.
- Henri Le Sidaner -