Henry Caro-DelVaille Lithograph

Lithograph

Maternite
Color Lithograph, c 1900, 21x17, framed
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Having studied from 1895 to 1897 at the School of Fine Arts Bayonne, Henry Caro-Delvaille was a

pupil of Léon Bonnat school of Fine Arts in Paris. He exhibited for the first time at the Society of

French Artists in Paris in 1899. He won a third-class medal in 1901 for his painting entitled manicure.

 

As a member of the National Society of Fine Arts in 1903, he became secretary in 1904. In 1905, he

won the large gold medal International Exhibition Munich. The same year, his friend, Edmond

Rostand, commissioned him to decorate his villa Cambo.  He was made a Knight of the Legion of Honor in 1910.

 

In 1917, he traveled to the United States where he settled until 1925. He made many portraits,

nudes, landscapes and decorative panels.