It mentions: "Élève de l'Académie Julian, et fortement influencé par Paul Cézanne, Favory peint dans un style cubiste pendant les premières années de sa carrière."
There are many images of Favory's paintings of nude women on the internet, most in poses not suitable for office viewing. The rest do not fully confirm the assertion above that he was strongly influenced by Cézanne and Cubism, though some Cézanne-like passages and watered-down Cubism can be found in paintings made before he served in the Great War.
The entry adds: "Atteint d'une maladie grave et invalidante, il doit cesser de peindre au début des années 1930, et meurt en 1937." The nature of his debilitating illness is not mentioned.
Favory was generally a strong painter, but not innovative during a time when being a pathmaker was a major ticket to artistic fame. Examples of his work are below, but not the strongly-painted, indelicately posed nudes.
This is most Cubist work I noticed.
Some suggestions of Cubism are in this pre-war painting.
I don't have a date for this, but again there's a dash of Cubism and possibly Cézanne in the faceting.
A solid postwar piece, though the lower left corner needed some re-thinking.
Favory tended to slightly simplify forms in line with 1920-1940 stylistic fashions.
The size relationship of the head to the rest of the body seems a bit off, though I suppose "artistic license" might be claimed.
Some nudes here, but nothing like what you can find by Googling or even going to the link above.