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Jules Vanpaemel illustrateur

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[Jules Vanpaemel (23.2.1896 - 3.1. 1968) studied architecture and practised it as a profession, but he was above all an extremely talented draughtsman and engraver for whom the technique of etching held no secrets. He excelled in the portrayal of landscape and in large compositions full of every kind of allusion. In addition he illustrated three books, two of which were written by his father-in-law, the bilingual man of letters and art critic, Grégoire Le Roy, himself a painter, draughtsman and etcher. Vanpaemel's graphic work includes 29 book-illustrations among a total of 285 works ranging from charming little landscapes to compositions on the largest scale: his self-portrait, in which the artist is surrounded by persons both real and imaginary, measures no less than 59 x 76 cm, and this is by no means exceptional in the Oeuvre of this far too little known Belgian master., Jules Vanpaemel (23.2.1896 - 3.1. 1968) studied architecture and practised it as a profession, but he was above all an extremely talented draughtsman and engraver for whom the technique of etching held no secrets. He excelled in the portrayal of landscape and in large compositions full of every kind of allusion. In addition he illustrated three books, two of which were written by his father-in-law, the bilingual man of letters and art critic, Grégoire Le Roy, himself a painter, draughtsman and etcher. Vanpaemel's graphic work includes 29 book-illustrations among a total of 285 works ranging from charming little landscapes to compositions on the largest scale: his self-portrait, in which the artist is surrounded by persons both real and imaginary, measures no less than 59 x 76 cm, and this is by no means exceptional in the Oeuvre of this far too little known Belgian master.]

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