Ferdinand Loyen du Puigaudeau: admired for his mystical scenes, lyrical and romantic subjects

In 1886, Puigaudeau went to Pont-Aven, well known for all painters, where he befriended Charles Laval and Gauguin. In 1890, he presented his canvases for the first time at the Salon de la Societé Nationale des Beaux-Arts. Through his father he made accquainted Paul Durand-Ruel, the famous mecene of the Impressionists, who exhibited his paintings with those of Henry Delavallée.

 

Puigaudeau's distinctive impressionistic style is evident in his variations of color and depictions of light. In each case, the fleeting effects of light and color are his true subject: sunsets, the effects of flickering sun or moonlight on water.

 

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