Gustave Boulanger canvas prints & artprints
Gustave Boulanger : biographyGustave Boulanger, known as well with the following name Gustave Rodolphe Clarence Boulanger, is a painter born in 1824 in Paris, France and who died in 1888 in Paris, France. Gustave Boulanger belonged to the academism art style. He mainly worked during the classical period in the 19 century.
Gustave Boulanger : his main artworksGustave Boulanger is famous for the following art works : tête d'italienne, rehearsal of 'the fluteplayer' and 'the diomedes' wife' in the atrium of the pompeian house..., portrait de madame lambinet, née nathalie sinclair... which are numerous illustrations of his favorite subject of work : portrait, genre scenes, architecture, great battles... In order to stare at his work in a museum or gallery, you need to go to musée des beaux-arts, valenciennes, france, châteaux de versailles et de trianon, versailles, france, musée lambinet, versailles, france, musée carnavalet, paris, france, . The art work of Gustave Boulanger are, indeed, mainly kept in musée des beaux-arts, valenciennes, france, châteaux de versailles et de trianon, versailles, france, musée lambinet, versailles, france, musée carnavalet, paris, france, . Muzéo offers high quality canvas prints & artprints of the main artworks made by Gustave Boulanger to embellish your home or your office.
Gustave Boulanger : his life as an artistGustave Boulanger began his artist training in Beaux-Arts de Paris, France. Then Gustave Boulanger continue his training and study with Paul Delaroche, Pierre-Jules Jollivet. He became friend or had a working relationship with Henri-Pierre Picou. Among his students and apprentices, we noted that he taught Maurice Bompard, Thomas Wilmer Dewing, Georges Antoine Rochegrosse, Louis-Robert Carrier-Belleuse, Paul Chabas, Adolphe Déchenaud, Francis Tattegrain, Henri-Lucien Doucet, Charles Henry Tenré, Jules Benoit-Levy, Léon Richet, Maximilienne Guyon, Théophile Poilpot, Robert William Vonnoh, Gaston Thys, Robert Reid, Marius Roy, Elisabeth Nourse, Auguste François-Marie Gorguet.
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