Eugene Henri Cauchois was born in 1850 at Rouen, France. He died in paris in 1911. He is probably more famous for his floral Still lifes, although he did, on occasion, paint landscapes and seascapes. Cauchois received his artistic training under the master painters Ferdinand Duboc and Alexandre Cabanel. His soft, colourful and lustrous still lifes reflect a strong influence from the great Impressionists of his time. Cauchois' canvases are created with layer upon layer of loose and fluid brush strokes. Towards the end of the Nineteenth Century he painted several large-scale decorative panels. These works were rendered with a bold stroke, exquisite naturalism and intense colour combinations.
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Eugene Henri Cauchois