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Henri HaydenBorn 1883, Henri Hayden was a painter from the School of Paris, though he was originally born in Poland. Initially trained as an engineer alongside his studies in art in Warsaw, Hayden decided to devote himself entirely to painting and moved to Paris in 1907 to attend the art school La Palette, painting in Brittany during the summers between terms.

Hayden was particularly influenced by the Cubist movement, in which he participated during WWI, as well as the paintings of Cézanne. His interest in the movement was temporary, however: from 1922 he began to depart from the Cubist style, returning to a more vibrant use of colour and a direct study of nature, gaining greater recognition throughout the 1950s and ‘60s. Hayden died in 1970.
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