Frantisek Francois Eberl
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Detailed information about Frantisek Francois Eberl (Prag 1887 - 1963 Paris:
Francois Maurice Eberl was born in Prague in 1887, his czeck name being Frantisek Zdenek Eberl. He attended the Academy of Arts in Prague for two years and then travelled within Europe. In 1911 he settled in Paris in the district of Montmartre and exhibited in the Parisian Salons. His pictures were shown at numerous exhibitions in famous salons. In 1914 he voluntarily joined in the Foreign Legion.
In 1973 and 1987 the Museum of Montmartre dedicated two exhibitions to the artist. Francois Eberl typically tried to depict the milieu of Montmartre with its prostitutes, gamblers, drug addicts and alcoholics. He also painted nudes. Eberl never compromises the people he paints but looks at them in a very humane sort of way. This distinguishes him from other painters dealing with the same social class.
In 1962 Frantisek Francois Eberl died in his atelier in Paris.
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