Paul César Helleu  (French, 1859-1927) 

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Paul César Helleu, Etude des Tates et duex Croq

 

Paul César Helleu
Etude des Tates et duex Croq
Zygman Voss Gallery
Paul César Helleu, Femme Elegante

 

Paul César Helleu
Femme Elegante
1898

Zygman Voss Gallery
Paul César Helleu, Drawing of Daughter

 

Paul César Helleu
Drawing of Daughter
circa 1901

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Paul César Helleu, Dormeuse Sur Un Canape

 

Paul César Helleu
Dormeuse Sur Un Canape
circa 1900

Zygman Voss Gallery
Paul César Helleu, Madame Letellier

 

Paul César Helleu
Madame Letellier
circa 1900

Zygman Voss Gallery
Paul César Helleu, Woman with a Feather Hat

 

Paul César Helleu
Woman with a Feather Hat
circa 1900

Zygman Voss Gallery
Paul César Helleu, Madame Chéruit in profile

 

Paul César Helleu
Madame Chéruit in profile
Trinity House
Paul César Helleu, Portrait d’une jeune femme americaine

 

Paul César Helleu
Portrait d’une jeune femme americaine
circa 1920

Stoppenbach & Delestre
Paul César Helleu, Madame Chéruit allongée dans son sofa

 

Paul César Helleu
Madame Chéruit allongée dans son sofa
Galerie Alexis Bordes
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Paul César Helleu, A bord du yacht

 

Paul César Helleu
A bord du yacht
etching and drypoint

 

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Paul César Helleu, Élégante au chapeau de plumes

 

Paul César Helleu
Élégante au chapeau de plumes
etching and drypoint

 

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Paul César Helleu, Portrait of a lady

 

Paul César Helleu
Portrait of a lady
drypoint etching

 

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  Admitted into the École des Beaux-Arts in 1870, Paul-César Helleu studied with Jean-Léon Gerome, whom he accompanied to London in 1885. He developed a strong attachment to England, and was to return to London almost every year. In Paris, his circle of intimate friends included his fellow artists Edgar Degas, Giovanni Boldini, Alfred Stevens, James Whistler and John Singer Sargent. At the Salons of 1885 and 1886 he exhibited a number of large pastel portraits; these were greatly admired and secured his reputation. Invited by Degas to participate in the eighth and final Impressionist exhibition of 1886, Helleu declined to do so, claiming a profound dislike of the work of Paul Gauguin. The following year Helleu met Comte Robert de Montesquiou, who was to become his leading patron and who, in 1913, published the first important monograph on the artist. He also enjoyed a long friendship with Marcel Proust, who based the character of the painter Elstir in A la recherche du temps perdu on him. Helleu’s later reputation, however, has rested primarily on his etched work, executed in the medium of drypoint. First introduced to the etching medium by James Tissot, Helleu produced a large number of portraits of fashionable women in this manner, the popularity of which has tended to overshadow his oil paintings and pastels.