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Laboureur Jean-Emile

Émile Laboureur, known as Jean Émile Laboureur was a French artist who was born in 1877 in Nantes and who died in 1943 in Pénestin. He was a French painter, designer, engraver, watercolourist, lithographer and illustrator. He studied at the Académie Julian, where he learned engraving from Auguste-Louis Lepère. His debut at the Salon came in 1896.[ Most of his first works were wood engravings on primitivist themes, reminiscent of Paul Gauguin. After a stay in Germany, visiting museums, he went to the United States in 1904. It was there that he first began to call himself "Jean Émile". From 1905 to 1909, he returned to the United States and Canada several times to participate in exhibitions. After 1911 he traveled to England, Italy, Greece and Turkey. Returning to Europe, he settled in Paris, where he switched from wood engraving to etching. Despite his military service in 1914, he continued to sketch his works and published three series of engravings on the theme of war. He illustrated his first book, L'Appartement des jeunes filles by Roger Allard, in 1919. He would eventually illustrate sixty-six titles, including works by Jean Giraudoux, Jacques Cazotte, Remy de Gourmont, Auguste de Villiers de L'Isle-Adam, André Maurois, Colette, Tristan Derème, Anna de Noailles, Paul-Jean Toulet and Marcel Proust. He also contributed to magazines and trade journals, such as Gazette du Bon Ton and La Revue musicale, and taught engraving in his studio. Among his notable students were Marie Laurencin and André Dunoyer de Segonzac. In the early 1930s, he was commissioned to provide illustrations for the Catalog Manufrance, which continued to use engravings for decades. Although he lived in Paris, he bought a house in Brittany and spent the summer months there. One of his drawings of a Breton landscape was engraved by Jean Antonin Delzers and featured on the two Franken seal in 1935. From 1928 to 1935 he wrote several books and articles on engraving; notably Considérations sur la gravure originale (1928), published in Brussels. (Wikipedia)
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