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Edouard Cortès discovered his passion for painting from studying under his father Antonio, an artist in the Spanish Court. His first exhibition in 1899 drew much acclaim for his work from critics in Paris where he subsequently decided to settle.
Over a period of some 60 years he concentrated on capturing the spirit and beauty of the City of Light in a wide variety of weathers and often at night resulting in him becoming known as ‘Le Poete Parisien de la Peinture’ because of his diverse selection of cityscapes. His paintings of Parisian street scenes evoke the ambience of many of Paris’s major avenues with carriages cutting through bustling streets and travellers scurrying beneath the gas lamps.

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