Paul Madeline: with mossgreen and violet he tames the wilderness of the Creuse
In 1894, he discovered la Creuse, a charming countryside in the Limousin. It encouraged him to visit it more frequently to paint his landscapes en pleine-air.
In 1908, he founded "La Société Moderne", which includes painters like Lebasque, Raffaëlli, Aman and Maurice Chabas. The gallery Devambez and Durand-Ruel invited him and the others to their annual exhibitions.
Madeline travelled a lot; from 1910 onward we mainly find motives from Brittany.
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