I'talie Romantique vue par Hebert-1977 Poster of Art Exhibition in Paris
l'Italie Romantique vue par Hébert-
Romantic Italy seen by Hébert.
1977 Poster of Art Exhibition at Herbert Museum in Paris.
Ernest Hébert was born in Grenoble, son of a notary in Grenoble, and moved in 1835 to Paris to study law. He simultaneously took art lessons in the workshops of the sculptor David d'Angers (1788–1856), and also of the history painter Paul Delaroche (1797–1896), but even if he took art lessons he was mostly a selftaught artist. At the age of 22 years he achieved success with his painting Le cup en prison in the Paris Salon. The Académie des Beaux-Arts awarded him the Prix de Rome in 1839 for the biblical composition Joseph's cup in Benjamin's sack. The prize was a scholarship and a long study stay in the Villa Medici in Rome.
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