Fernand Morin (1878-1937) – French Post-Impressionist artist, known principally for his landscapes and industrial cityscapes.
Fernand Morin was born in 1878 in St-Aubin de Baubigné (Deux-Sèvres) in Western France. The artist belonged to the so-called Pont-Aven school – the group of painters associated with Paul Gauguin in Brittany. From 1906 the artist exhibited at the Salon des Indépendants.
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