Henri Paul Marc Boissonade


Henri Paul Marc Boissonade of 5 Rue Benoville, Paris, is recorded for exhibiting ‘Femme à sa toilette’ at the Royal Scottish Academy in 1913. Although little recorded, in the present composition Boissonade was clearly inspired by celebrated variations of the subject such as La Grande Névrose by Jacques Loysel shown at the 1900 Paris Exposition universelle, Näckrosen (Water Lily) by the Swedish sculptor Per Hasselberg and most famous today, La Danaïde by Auguste Rodin.