His/her parents, Calixte Hayet and Léontine Dufour, are very poor. For the school it timid and is reserved but regarded as intelligent and is endowed. Its predisposition for painting will appear as of its twelve years. Of 1877 with 1884, it will furrow the roads with his/her father, commercial travelling. Enough early, therefore, it will draw and it will paint, will bind to the neo-impressionist group, Pissarro, Signac, Seurat. Its paintings pointillists are of excellent invoice. In 1890, however, it returns to a more traditional manner and Paul Signac will remove any mention of Louis Hayet in the second edition of “Eugene Delacroix with the neo-impressionism” (the proclamation of the pointillism).
Hayet will devote the end of its career to scientific research on the pigments or the color, without ceasing painting, obviously.
A college in the town of Cormeilles in Parisis (95) received for name that of the painter.
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