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Roland Oudot, born in Paris in 1897 and died in the same city in 1981, was a French painter and lithographer. He also did engravings, murals, theater sets and book illustrations.
He is buried in Honfleur, in the cemetery of Vasouy.
He was a student at the National School of Decorative Arts in Paris, in the studio of Edward Eugene Morand and Leon Bakst. Influenced by pictorial modernity of the early 20th century, wild animals and in particular Cubist, his work evolved into a style borrowed from the French tradition of landscape, marked by the figure of Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot.
Roland Oudot belongs to the painters group "Poetic Reality" group of seven other artists (Maurice Brianchon, Christian Caillard, Jules Cavaillès, Raymond Legueult Roger Limouse Andre and Kostya Planson Terechkovitch).(https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roland_Oudot) undefined