Eugène Appert French painter
Eugène Appert is a 53 years old French painter from Angers, Pays de la Loire. Eugène Appert was born on January 01, 1814 (died on January 01, 1867, he was 53 years old) in Angers, Pays de la Loire.
Eugène Appert who was born at Angers in 1814 went to Paris in 1837 and became a disciple of Ingres. He painted numerous pictures of merit among which are a portrait of Pope Alexander III as a Beggar which is now in the Luxembourg; Nero before the dead body of Agrippina in the Museum of Montauban and several pictures of religious subjects in the hospital of Angers. Appert painted genre and historical subjects and also still-life. He was a Chevalier of the Legion of Honour.
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No, he died on 01/01/1867, 155 years ago. He was 53 years old when he died. He died in Cannes
Other facts about Eugène Appert
|Place of death||Cannes|
|Has works in the collection||National Gallery Of Canada|
|Date of death||1867-03-08T00:00:00Z|
|NLP ID (unique)||A36618287|
|Country of citizenship||France|
|Family name||Appert. Show people with the surname Appert|
|Name in native language||Eugène Appert|
|Languages spoken, written or signed||French|
|Copyright status as a creator||Copyrights On Works Have Expired , applies to jurisdiction: worldwide|