Daeye, Hippolyte (1873-1952) by Scholes, Robert

Hippolyte Daeye (1873 – 1952) He was born in Gent and died in Antwerp. During World War I, he was one of a number of Belgian artists who took refuge in London, living there for a time after the war as well, and exhibiting in London. He was a post-impressionist. In 1918 Ezra Pound sneered at his work, , as . Baby , plus cream ices Mary Cassatt (NA 22.26:503)

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