EDMOND CHARLES KAYSER
"INTERIOR WITH CATUS AND CATS"
OIL ON CANVAS, SIGNED
FRANCE. C. 1935
28 X 23 INCHES
Edmond Charles Kayser
Kayser was born in Paris in the 10th Arrondissement.
He was a painter of urban landscapes, seascapes, still life’s and figures
Kayser received guidance from Eugène Carrière but studied in museums and was mainly self-taught.
Kayser exhibited at the Salon des Indépendants in1907, the Salon d’Automne, Tuileries, and Société des Peintres Français.
He was also a professor at l’Académie Scandinave.
At first an artistic affinity led him to associate with Léopold Lévy, Linaret and Vergé-Sarrat, but later he spent time with Despiau, Dunoyer de Segnonzac, André Lhote, Charles Dufresne and Zadkine.
Around 1937 Kayser married the painter Mercedes Legrand.