Tony Robert-Fleury
Painter

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Tony Robert-Fleury : biography

Tony Robert-Fleury, is a french painter born in 1837 in Paris, France and who died in 1912 in Viroflay, France. Tony Robert-Fleury belonged to the french school art style. He mainly worked during the classical period in the 19 century.

Tony Robert-Fleury : his main artworks

Tony Robert-Fleury is famous for the following art works : le docteur p. pinel faisant tomber les chaînes des aliénés, charlotte corday à caen en 1793, douce rêverie... which are numerous illustrations of his favorite subject of work : portrait... In order to stare at his work in a museum or gallery, you need to go to hôpital de la salpétrière, paris, france, musée bonnat, bayonne, france, musée d'orsay, paris, france, musée départemental de l'oise, beauvais, france, châteaux de versailles et de trianon, versailles, france. The art work of Tony Robert-Fleury are, indeed, mainly kept in hôpital de la salpétrière, paris, france, musée bonnat, bayonne, france, musée d'orsay, paris, france, musée départemental de l'oise, beauvais, france, châteaux de versailles et de trianon, versailles, france. Muzéo offers high quality canvas prints & artprints of the main artworks made by Tony Robert-Fleury to embellish your home or your office.

Tony Robert-Fleury : his life as an artist

Tony Robert-Fleury began his artist training in Beaux-Arts de Paris, France. Then Tony Robert-Fleury continue his training and study with Joseph Nicolas Robert-Fleury, Léon Cogniet, Paul Delaroche. Tony Robert-Fleury and Joseph Nicolas Robert-Fleury are related and belong to the same family of artists. He influenced the work of some other artists such as Alexandre-Jacques Chantron. Among his students and apprentices, we noted that he taught Marie Bashkirtseff, Lilla Cabot Perry, Anna Klumpke, Amélie Beaury-Saurel, Cecilia Beaux, Roger de La Fresnaye, Paul Chabas, Guillaume Seignac, Amédée Buffet, Lucien Simon, Charles-Amable Lenoir, William Blair Bruce, Eugène Lomont, Joseph-Fortuné-Séraphin Layraud.

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