Le Marche Breton

Manuel Robbe, French 1872-1936 44.5 x 62.5 cm. (17.5 x 24.6 in.)

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Emmanuel Robbe says "  Manuel Robbe  ", born in Paris onand died in Nesles-la-Vallée in 1936 , is a painter and engraver French.Son of Alfred Auguste Charles Robbe and Marie Alphonsine Henry, the young Emmanuel Robbe studied at the Lycee Condorcet , where he befriends Gaston de Pawlowski , then joined the Louis-le-Grand High School , one of the best high school La France.

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He then became a student at the Académie Julian where he met many personalities, then entered the School of Fine Arts of Paris.

In November 1897, he was a son of Celine Bluem called "Maud" (1877-?), Also named Manuel, and he recognizes in 1899 for witnesses Jules Depaquit and Georges Delaw at the town hall of the 18 th  district of Paris . The couple divorced in 1911. Robbe quickly became a accomplished writer specializing in the technique of aquatint .

He exhibits regularly in the salons of the French Society of Artists  ; Parisian merchants Edmond Sagot , Georges Petit and Pierrefort publish and disseminate his engraved works.

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