Alexis Jean Fournier

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Alexis Jean Fournier

15,000.00

Wild Plums

Oil on Canvas

20 x 24 inches

Signed Lower Right

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Alexis Jean Fournier (1865 - 1948)

Painter, illustrator and lecturer. Born St. Paul, MN. Pupil of Laurens, Constant, Harpignies and Julian Academy in Paris. Member: Buffalo SA; Buffalo AC; Toledo Art Klan; Minneapolis A. Lg.; Paris AAA; Cliff Dwellers; NAC; AFA. Awards: Gold and silver medals, Minn. Industrial Soc.; Hengerer prize, Buffalo, 1911; hon. mention, Chicago AG, 1917. Work: "Clearing After a Storrn," Vanderbilt Univ., Nashville, Tenn.; "The Haunts and Homes of the Barbizon Masters," twenty oil paintings. Represented in Minneapolis Inst.; St. Paul Lib.; Detroit Art Institute; PA Historical Soc.; Congressional Lib. Print Dept.; Woman's Club of Minneapolis; Progress Club, South Bend, Ind.; Public Library and Erie Co. Trust Co. Bank, East Aurora, NY; "A France Sky," Hackley Art Gallery, Muskegon, MI; Kenwood C., Chicago; Minneapolis Club and Library. Address in 1929, 142 East Elder St., South Bend, Ind.; 150 Walnut St., East Aurora, NY.