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HENRI AMEDEE-WETTER (French / 1868-1929)

Henri Amédée-Wetter was born Henri-Hippolyte Amédée in Montluçon (Allier). Amédée-Wetter was a painter and printmaker, particularly known for his Breton scenes. He exhibited at the Salon de la Société des Beaux-Arts from 1911-1928. Amédée-Wetter was encouraged to take up wood engraving by his friend Paul-Émile Colin. As a printmaker, Henri Amédée-Wetter exhibited at the Salon Automne and the Salon des Tuileries; he was also active in the Société de la Gravure sur Bois.

See also:

PAUL-ÉMILE COLIN
JEAN-ÉMILE LABOUREUR
MORIN-JEAN
PAUL BERNARD VÉRA
PIERRE-EUGÈNE VIBERT

Selected prints by HENRI AMEDEE-WETTER

Au bord de l'eau, 1923
Wood engraving •SOLD
Le Marché, 1924
Wood engraving •SOLD
La Grand'mère, 1922
Wood engraving •SOLD

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