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Louis-Charles Willaume


Louis-Charles Willaume, (1874-1949), is a French painter, engraver, and illustrator. A pupil of the painters William Bouguereau and Gabriel Ferrier, he received the prize from the Société des Paysagistes, then in 1923, the Corot prize. In 1929, he won the gold medal in the Engravings Section. With Maurice Achener, he collaborated actively with the publishing house of the Société de Saint-Eloy which published in the 1930s the series of "Small towns of France". He is the author of more than 500 etchings, an important collection of which is kept in the Prints Department of the BNF. The Musée d'Orsay has his painting entitled Le Pont des Saints-Pères. A street bears his name in Bois-Colombes.

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Louis-Charles Willaume, Black Sea Horizon, Fine Art Drawings

Louis-Charles Willaume

Black Sea Horizon, 1938
5.3 x 6.9 x 0 inch
Fine Art Drawings

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Louis-Charles Willaume, Tree, Fine Art Drawings

Louis-Charles Willaume

Tree, 1930
5.7 x 9.1 x 0 inch
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