- Category : Art-Fine-art-artist
- Type : GP
- Profile : 5/1 - Heretical / Investigator
- Definition : Single
- Incarnation Cross : LAX Cycles 1
Henri Emile Allouard said Henri Allouard, born in Paris July 11, 1844 and died August 11, 1929, was a French painter and sculptor.
Disciple of Alexander Schoenewerk and Eugène-Louis Lequesne Henri Allouard exhibited at the Salon of French artists from 1865 to 1928. He came quite late to sculpture, as he was bookseller until 1872, before living from his art.
From 1889 he is part of the jury sculpture and decorative arts at the Salon. Participating in the various universal exhibitions, beginning with that of 1889, he won the gold medal in 1900. Known for its combinations of colored marble and bronze, it also works the terracotta, ivory and precious metals . He is author scenery painted the Pantheon, the Opera House and Hotel de Ville in Paris.
It is representative of the current neo-baroque1 sculpture.
Painter and pastel artist, he enjoys history painting, landscapes and still lifes.
In 1904 he was president of the Association of Parisians Paris.
It is also involved in ongoing volunteer of the Normal School of drawing instruction (called Rue Vavin) and located at No. 19 this path: his studio was also located at 28 bis rue Vavin.
He is buried in the Père-Lachaise (division 32).