Henri Hayden (1883-1970) was an internationally known painter and printmaker mainly of landscape and still life subjects. He was born in Warsaw, Poland, and settled in France in 1907. He was influenced by Cezanne and was then involved from 1915-21 in the Cubist movement. He was friendly with both Gris and Picasso. By the early 1920s he returned to the direct study of nature and his work took on a more figurative style. By the 1950s his landscapes and still lifes became more simplified and had a new richness of colour. Hayden's work is held in many public collections worldwide including MOMA, New York; Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; Musée National d'Art Moderne, Paris; and by 16 examples in the Tate Gallery, London.
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