Eugène Burnand's World War I Portraits
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Wolff pencils. The color was added with Hardtmuth hard pastels. Burnand's keen observation was shaped during his training at the École des Beaux-Arts with Jean-Léon Gérôme.
|Mohamed Ben Binhouan|
|Private Roshan Dean|
|Auxiliary Chan Mohamed|
|Rev. Père Rouillon|
|Serbian infantry private|
See the rest of Burnand's WWI portraits online
Drawings on display Museum of the Legion of Honor (Légion d'honneur) in Paris.
The drawings were published in 1922 a book called Les alliés dans la guerre des nations.
Here's a modern book that includes the work from Les Alliés Dans La Guerre Des Nations.
Review by Gabriel Weisberg of a catalog of a 2004 exhibition of Burnand's work.
Eugène Burnand on Wikipedia
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