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Argentinian, 20th century, male.

Born 6 September 1877, in Dolorès.

Painter, illustrator. Religious subjects, mythological subjects, portraits, landscapes.

Brughetti was a student at the Royal Institute in London, the Artistic Association in Rome and the Académie Julian in Paris. He was a writer and he illustrated most of his literary work, including ...


French, 20th century, male.

Born 3 September 1921, in La Baule.

Painter, lithographer, illustrator. Scenes with figures, portraits, nudes, landscapes, still-lifes. Stage sets, stage costumes, church decoration.

Jean Bruneau was a student at the École des Beaux-Arts in Nantes from 1938 to 1945 and won the Prix de la Ville de Nantes in his final year. In ...


French, 20th century, male.

Born 10 July 1928, in Paris; died 4 October 1999, in Tourtour (Var).

Painter, watercolourist, lithographer, illustrator. Religious subjects, figure compositions, figures, interiors with figures, nudes, landscapes, still-lifes, flowers, animals. Stage sets, postage stamps.

Groupe l'Homme Témoin.

In 1943, Bernard Buffet attended an evening course in drawing run by the municipality of Paris. In January 1944 he entered the Narbonne studio of the École Supérieure de Beaux-Arts, Paris, where he studied for two years. He received advice from Othon Friesz and met Jean Aujame and Claude Venard. Bernard Buffet subordinated choice of subject to the treatment that was crucial in his relationships with a wide public and the newspaper criticism that popularised him. He applied his style to almost any subject, though in the early years especially to small-scale, highly stylized still-lifes: the corner of a table, a few objects, a plate and cutlery, perhaps two faded flowers in a glass vase, dirty grey colours hatched with black, aggressive strokes. It was a style that was instantly recognizable, independently of the equally stylized signature. It ensured his success with an ever-growing public that did not have access to the larger paintings of his annual thematic exhibitions. From 1947, he had a solo show in Paris annually, and from 1952 he painted a series of large canvases each year on a different theme for an exhibition that became a tradition of the Paris art season: 1952 ...


Swiss, 19th – 20th century, male.

Active also active in Italy and in France.

Born 30 August 1850, in Moudon (Vaud); died 4 February 1921, in Paris.

Painter, engraver, illustrator. Religious subjects, genre scenes, landscapes, landscapes with figures.

Eugène Burnand studied under B. Menn at the Geneva college of fine arts. He moved to Paris after ...


Spanish, 20th century, male.

Born 1915 or 1916, in Huelva; died 1991.

Painter (including gouache), watercolourist, collage artist, illustrator, scenographer. Religious subjects, figures, genre scenes, horse racing scenes, still-lifes. Murals, stage sets.

Caballero gave up engineering studies to enter the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando in ...


Spanish, 19th century, male.

Died 1890 or 1891, in Seville.

Painter, copyist. Religious subjects, portraits, church interiors.

The son of Antonio Cabral y Aguado Bejarano. He studied at the school of fine art in Seville. He was represented in the exhibition of fine art in Seville where he obtained a third place medal in ...


Italian, 18th century, male.

Born 1750, in Rome; died 1799, in Rome.

Painter, engraver, copyist. Mythological subjects, religious subjects.

A pupil of Domenico Corvi, Cades was chiefly known for his engravings after Raphael, Michelangelo, Zampieri and Leonardo da Vinci.

Milan (Ambrosiana)

Oporto (New Mus.): The Vestal's Oath...


French, 20th century, male.

Born 28 January 1902, in Moulins; died 26 September 1990, in Jaunay-Clan (Vienne).

Painter (gouache), illustrator. History painting, religious and mythological subjects, genre scenes, landscapes.

Aristide Caillaud started life as a shepherd and later became a butcher. He was taken prisoner in Germany during World War II and it was there that he first embarked on an artistic career, decorating the walls of the barracks where he was held in a bid to recapture scenes from his past and give expression to his sense of loss. On his release and return to France, he devoted himself to painting. Caillaud painted large-format but highly-detailed compositions which illustrate village scenes drawn from his own childhood and town and cityscapes which have all the freshness of a young country boy seeing the big city for the very first time. In ...


French, 19th century, male.

Born 7 January 1815, in Honfleur (Calvados).

Engraver, illustrator. Religious subjects, genre scenes, landscapes.

Exhibited at the Paris Salon between 1848 and 1869. Known for his engravings of Watteau's Festival in Venice, Rembrandt's Descent from the Cross; Burgomaster John VI, Velázquez' ...


Spanish, 18th – 19th century, male.

Born 1748, in Salamanca (Castilla y León); died 1814, in Madrid.

Painter, engraver, draughtsman, illustrator. Religious subjects, portraits, genre scenes, landscapes.

Antonio Carnicero was a pupil at the academy of fine arts in Madrid, and after a period in Rome became painter at the court of King Charles I in ...


French, 19th century, female.

Born in Beauvais.

Painter, copyist. Religious subjects, genre scenes.

Pupil of E. Frère; she exhibited at the Paris Salon of 1848. Her copy of Christ on the Cross by Prud'hon (now in The Louvre) is preserved in the church of Varennes....


Italian, 16th century, male.

Born 1501, in Carpi (Emilia-Romagna); died 1556, in Ferrara, according to Vasari, in 1569 according to Baruffaldi.

Painter, fresco artist, copyist, draughtsman. Religious subjects, mythological subjects, allegorical subjects, portraits.

Girolamo was the son of Tommaso da Carpi. According to Mariette, who cites Superbi, his date of birth was in fact ...


German, 19th century, male.

Born 1778, in Berlin; died 1856, in Rome.

Painter, watercolourist, illustrator, sculptor (wood). Religious subjects, portraits, genre scenes, landscapes.


Nazarenes group.

After studying in Berlin, Catel travelled widely in France, Switzerland and Italy. From 1798 to 1800, he studied in Paris. He began to exhibit watercolours in Weimar in 1802, returning to Paris in 1807, when he first began to paint in oils. In 1811, while staying in Rome, he joined the Nazarene group of painters around Cornelius, Overbeck and Schadow. On his return to Berlin, he became a member of the academy of art, becoming a lecturer in 1841....


British, 19th century, male.

Born 1800, in Dickleborough (Norfolk); died 24 July 1868, in Clapham Common, near London.

Painter, watercolourist, draughtsman, illustrator. Religious subjects, portraits, church interiors, interiors with figures, genre scenes, landscapes.

George Cattermole exhibited in London at the Royal Academy, the British Institution and the Society of Painters in Watercolours, of which he was a member ...


French, 17th century, male.

Born 19 October 1612, in Châteaudun (Eure-et-Loir), in 1596 according to Larousse Dictionary; died c. 1656, in Rome, in 1647 according to Larousse Dictionary.

Painter, engraver, draughtsman, copyist. Mythological subjects, religious subjects.

Nicolas Chapron was better known for his engravings than for his painting. He was a pupil of Simon Vouet. In 1640 Chapron completed a series of 54 engravings entitled ...


French, 18th – 19th century, male.

Born 3 March 1763, in Paris; died 19 April 1810, in Paris.

Sculptor, draughtsman, illustrator, painter. Religious subjects. Statues, busts, low reliefs.

Antoine Denis Chaudet studied under Jean-Baptiste Stouf and Étienne Gois. He was awarded the second Prix de Rome in ...


French, 19th century, male.

Born 7 November 1793, in Paris; died 12 August 1854, in Paris.

Painter, illustrator, engraver. Religious subjects, portraits, flowers, fruit, animals.

A pupil of Misbach, Bidault and van Spaendonck, Antoine Toussaint de Chazal exhibited at the Paris Salon from 1822 to 1853...


German, 18th – 19th century, male.

Born 16 October 1726, in Danzig (now Gdansk, Poland); died 7 February 1801, in Berlin.

Painter, engraver, miniaturist, enameller, illustrator. Religious subjects, mythological subjects, portraits, genre scenes, landscapes.

Of Polish origin, he went to Berlin in 1743. Originally a painter of enamels, he then, after studying under Christian Bernhard Rode, gained a name for himself through the publication of the Berlin academy almanac, for which he executed a series of plates illustrating the main scenes of the ...


Swiss, 20th century, male.

Born 22 March 1879, in Geneva; died 8 November 1945, in Lausanne.

Painter (including gouache), pastellist, illustrator, decorative artist, art restorer. Scenes with figures, figures, portraits, waterscapes. Frescoes, designs for stained glass, designs for mosaics, church decoration, stage sets.

Alexandre Cingria was descended from a famous Levantine family and the brother of the writer Charles-Albert Cingria. He studied at the university and art schools in Geneva, the École Nationale des Beaux-Arts in Paris, the academies in Munich and on several occasions in Florence. He started painting in ...


French, 20th century, male.

Born 31 August 1919, in La Baule.

Painter (gouache), watercolourist, pastellist, engraver, illustrator. Religious subjects, portraits, landscapes.

Michel Ciry studied at the École des Arts Appliqués in Paris. His work attracted considerable attention during the 1938 exhibition Artists of our Age...