Playful Mermaid by Henri Héran (née Paul Herrmann) (German, 1864–1940) - 1897
Playful Mermaid by Henri Héran (née Paul Herrmann) (German, 1864–1940) - 1897.
Painter and lithographer; born in Munich; went to New York and Chicago some time in or before 1893; in 1895, moved to Paris where he took the name 'Henri Héran' to avoid confusion with the French painter and woodcut artist and caricaturist Hermann Paul (René Georges Hermann Paul; pseudonym Hermann-Paul, also born in 1864). From 1896 made prints: woodcuts and lithographs for 'Le Centaure' and 'Pan'; stays in Paris until 1906, in the circle of Edvard Munch, August Strindberg and Oscar Wilde. From 1906 in Berlin. - British Museum
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