Working during the transitional periods of both the Impressionist and Post Impressionist movements, landscape painter Paul Madeline would accurately capture the atmosphere of the French countryside he loved to travel. During his lifetime he would create scenes spanning from the Mediterranean coast to the Brittany region. He is known for his rich palette and loose brush work that easily deliver the brilliance and mood of the subject.
He had studied under E. Chaly and become a member of the Societe des Artistes Fran�ais in 1897. He began exhibiting early, as well as winning honorable mentions in both France and the United States. He exhibited with most illustrious societies for more than twenty years and died in Paris in 1920.
His works are in several major French museums, including those in Nantes and Paris.