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ARTIST

RAYMOND WINTZ

Joseph Raymond Wintz was born in Paris in 1884. He was the son of the painter Guillaume Wintz (1823-1899) and the husband of the painter Renée Carpentier-Wintz (1913-2003). He was a student at the École Français, and studied under Jules Adler and G. Ferrier. As a young man Wintz had a brilliant military career before he became a key figure in the Parisian artistic circles of the early twentieth century.

Wintz was described as a ‘painter of light’ and enjoyed a reputation as one of the finest artists working in France at this time. He gained a firm appreciation by critics and collectors as a leading painter of landscapes, sea and harbour scenes. His inspiration was the picturesque harbours dotted along the Brittany coastline, which he often portrayed through an open cottage door or window.

RAYMOND WINTZ

L'Entrée de l'Aber

RAYMOND WINTZ

Les Filets Bleus à Concarneau

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