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LEOPOLD FLAMENG (French / 1831-1911)

Léopold Flameng was born in Brussels, to French parents. Flameng was a pupil of Calamatta and Gigoux. Through his friendship with Charles Blanc, Léopold Flameng worked as an etcher of interpretative works for the Gazette des Beaux-Arts. We have an etching by Flameng after Alfred Stevens, two etchings after Rembrandt, and etchings after Delacroix, Goya, and others. Beraldi catalogued some 700 etchings by Flameng, of which 136 were original works (such as our study of a fashionable woman), while the rest were interpretations of other artists, most notably Rembrandt. For interpretative etchings by Léopold Flameng, please enter Flameng in the simple search, or click on the individual artist links below.

See also:

ALEXANDRE CABANEL
GONZALES COQUES
EUGÈNE DELACROIX
FRANCISCO GOYA
JEAN-PAUL LAURENS
ERNEST MEISSONIER
MICHIEL JANZOON VON MIEREVELD
REMBRANDT

Selected prints by LEOPOLD FLAMENG

Mlle Delna, 1892
Etching
Violon de faïence, 1876
Etching
Étude, 1903
Etching

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