Claude-Marie, Édouard et Guillaume Dubufe, Musée des Avelines - juin 2018
Claude Marie Dubufe corrigée / Claude Marie Dubufe corregido
Edouard Debat-Ponsan au musée des Beaux-Arts
Claude-Marie-Paul Dubufe a French historical, genre and portrait painter, was born in Paris in 1790, and studied under David. His subjects were at first classical, and then scriptural. He then gave himself up to the painting of genre pictures and portraits. His reputation rests chiefly on his portraits, of which he produced a large number. Dubufe, who was the last representative of the school of David, died at Selle-Saint-Cloud in 1864. Amongst his chief works are:A Roman suffering starvation with his family rather than touch a sum of money entrusted to him. 1810.
Christ allaying the tempest. 1819.
Apollo and Cyparissa. 1822.(Musée Calvet - Avignon)
The Birth of the Duke of Bordeaux. 1824.
The Passage of the Bidassoa. 1824.
Four frescoes representing 'Egypt,' &c.
The Surprise. 1828.
Portrait of Louis Philippe.
Portrait of General Montesquiou-Fezenzac (Versailles).
Portrait of Nicholas Koechlin. 1841.
Portrait of the Queen of the Belgians.
Portrait of Virginie de Ternant .
Portrait of Marius Claude Vincent de Ternant.
Portrait of Marie Virginie Avegno .
Portrait of Julie Euriphile de Ternant.