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Jules Adler (Luxeuil-les-Bains, 8 July 1865 - Nogent-sur-Marne, 11 June 1952) was a French painter, student of Tony Robert-Fleury , named «le peintre des humbles» by Louis Vauxcelles, a painter of labour, strikes and working people.[1]

References

The Realist tradition: French painting and drawing, 1830-1900 Gabriel P. Weisberg, Cleveland Museum of Art - 1980 " Jules Adler 1865 Luxeuil— 1952 Paris Jules Adler's career as an artist was governed by chance. His parents were cloth merchants who had five children and little interest in the visual arts. They did, however, see that Adler attended school, where his artistic interests attracted the attention of local teachers."

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Jules Adler on website - réunion des musées de France

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