Starting with just a few sketches, DuBerger quickly improved his techniques, focussing on impressionist manner painting. While attending several workshops he got the opportunity to meet Emile A. Gruppé, an American master of the School of Impressionism of Gloucester.
Gruppé agreed to provide valuable knowledge and his influence becomes obvious when viewing Paul-Henri DuBergers paintings today. Nevertheless, DuBerger managed to develop his very own, individual style of painting.
DuBerger, meanwhile retired, today enjoys his freedom to paint in his private studio as well as many outside locations.
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