Sheet size 15.5 x 24 cm approx. No additional shipping costs in case of multiple purchases over the same period. Paul Jouve (March 16, 1878 – May 13, 1973) was a French painter and sculptor, member of the Académie des Beaux-Arts. He is the son of the august painter and photographer.His vocation as an animal painter awakens during his frequent walks in the garden of betting plants, while he is still a student at the school of decorative arts and the national museum of natural history of betting. He exhibited paintings at the 1893 French artists' fair. In 1904, he joined Hamburg and Antwerp, attracted by their large zoological gardens. He is one of the first collaborators of the magazine the butter plate. First recipients of the abd-el-tif prize, paul jouve and his friend léon cauvy are residents of the abd-el-tif villa in 1907. He married the daughter of the black orientalist painter. He was one of the first painters to go to the Hoggar. Considered one of the best French animal painters, he illustrated, between 1906 and 1914, the book of the jungle of rudyard kipling. Paul jove took part in the universal exhibitions of 1900, 1925 and 1937 in Paris, receiving a gold medal for each of his participations. He also received the gold medal for his participation in the international colonial exhibition of 1931 in Paris, and it was one of his works, which illustrated the cover of the exhibition's golden book. A fruitful artist, with his friends from the animal group, jacques nam, édouard-marcel sandoz, august tremont, and Swiss gaston, paul jouve takes part in numerous exhibitions in France and abroad. His sketches and drawings, in the spirit of art deco, are those of a sculptor, an art that he also practices. The item "lot 5 etching art deco panthere lion tiger rhinoceros elephant signed paul jouve" has been on sale since Sunday 14 March 2021. It is in the category "art, antiques\art of xxe, contemporary\prints, engravings". The seller is "morganazb" and is located in/in grenoble. This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.