Rene George Hermann-Paul (1864 - 1940)

Les Hymnes Allies, 1917


SKU: 6115
Colour lithograph
19 x 12 1/2 in. (48 x 31.5 cm)

Height – 48cm x Width – 31.5cm

1 in stock


Literature: En Guerre, French Illustrators and World War 1, Neil Harris and Teri J. Edelstein, The University of Chicago Library, 2014.

Published by Nouvel Essor, Paris

This lithograph celebrates the French-American alliance during the First World War. When the American Expeditionary Forces arrived in France, General John Pershing was said to exclaim, “Lafayette, we have come!”

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Rene George Hermann-Paul
Rene George
1864 - 1940

Pseudonym of Rene Georges Hermann-Paul, born in Paris, he trained as a painter at both the Ecole des Arts Decoratifs and the Academie Julian.  Hermann-Paul’s prints and caricatures established his reputation by the beginning of the twentieth century.  His drawings for Le Courrier  Francais, starting in 1894, and for Le Rire, as well as his active support of Alfred Dreyfus, led to involvement with anarchist journals.  A satirist of bourgeois values, cynical, abrasive, and even rude in his depictions, Hermann-Paul was an active social commentator for more than three decades, although in his last years his politics moved decisively towards the right.

We are grateful to Teri J. Edelstein and Neil Harris for the above information taken from their book En Guerre French Illustrators and World War 1, Neil Harris and Teri J  Edelstein, The University of Chicogo Library, 2014


SKU: 7287

Rene George Hermann-Paul (1864 - 1940)

Novembre 1914 – Calendrier de la Guerre (1ère année – août 1914-juillet 1915)