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Ranson, Paul, France 1864 to 1909 Oil Paintings
Paul Ranson was brought into the world in Limoges, France, and learned at the Ecole des Arts Decoratifs there before moving to Paris and moving to the Academie Julian 1886. From 1890 he turned into a part and an innovative head of the Nabis gathering. They assembled at his studio in the Boulevard du Montparnasse every Saturday. He was the person who presented the Nabi language inside the group. In 1908, Paul Ranson made the Academie Ranson with his significant other, Marie-France, to show the Nabi thoughts and procedures. After his passing in Paris in 1909, his better half kept on running the foundation.
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