1925 till his death at tyhe Pervangher Gallery, rue Palais Grillet
Between 1940 and
1946 at the Roger Gallery.
exhibited in numerous cities where he was warmly welcomed each time.
In Marseille : Central
In Bordeaux : At the
Bordeaux Artists’ show and at the Grézy House.
In Metz : At the Louyot
Gallery as part of the French Painters Exhibition (47-49 rue
In Cannes : Louis Pastour
In Douarnenez : He liked
to participate in the blossoming of a deeply rooted regionalism: that’s
why he took part in many exhibitions among which the one organized by
the Brittany Regionalist Federation Congress in 1912
In Yssingeaux in 1924.
In Roubaix : Dujardin
Gallery (1930 and 1937)
In Lille : Montsallut
In St Etienne : Livet
In Nantes : Mignon Massart
In Annonay for the Friends
of Annonay show in 1948.
exhibited for the first time at the Grand Palais in 1907 within the
context of the French Artists Society show and continued for many years.
In 1910 he was appointed by
the State to be exhibitor at the French section of the Bruxelles World
Fair with a great watercoulour “Loneliness on Camaret beach” (Solitude sur
la plage de Camaret).
Between 1910 and 1929 :
Georges Petit Gallery, 8 rue de Seze (as part of the French Pastellists).
In 1912 : Allard Gallery.
In 1930 : He took part in
the Centenary of Algeria Exhibition.
In 1931 : He took part in
the Colonial Exhibition.
Between 1930 and 1945 :
Until 1945 : Bernheim
1946 : French Art Gallery (24 rue de la Paix)
took part in many exhibitions during his various trips in Europe,
especially in his native country, in Italy and in North Africa.
As early as 1910, he became
member exhibitor at the Algerian and Orientalist Artists Society.
In 1923, he settled at the
In Alger, he exhibited at
the Pasteur Gallery and at the Art Gallery.
In 1926 and 1942 he took
part in the Fall Show in Algiers.
Villon presented his works
in Bruxelles at the Georges Giroux Gallery 43 boulevard du Régent in 1927.
Lastly we found some
evidence of his stay in Buenos Aires at the Auguste E. Smid Gallery.
his death, a retrospective “Tribute to Eugène Villon” was organized in
1956 at the SLBA show. It occurred again in 1973.
For about ten years Villon
was the subject of exhibitions devoted to watercolour from Lyons. All of
them took place at the Saint Hubert Gallery between 1980 and 1988, as well
as in 1998.
was part of the artists specially selected for the exhibition entitled “A
hundred years of watercolours” at the Granges Gallery, rue des Remparts
d’Ainay in June 1985.
In 1995, a retrospective
exhibition was organized at the mansion in Lacroix-Laval Park.
1998, The “Eugène Villon Retrospective (1879-1951)” was organised at the
Maison Ravier from April 5th to June 7th.
The same year, Villon had an
important place in a watercolour exhibition which was organized in
Brignais from January 31st and February 13th.
his works are very much in demand in England for watercolour exhibitions.
Thus in Birmingham, the SLBA
was invited to exhibit its works from June 28th to July 3rd
1999 at the Roundhouse. On this occasion, two watercolours from Villon