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LUCIEN SIMON (French / 1861-1945)

Lucien Simon was born in Paris. He was a contributor to L'Estampe Moderne. Lucien Simon taught at the École Nationale des Beaux-Arts; among his pupils were Lucien Fontanarosa, Yves Brayer, and Georges Rohner. Lucien Simon was himself taught by William Adolphe Bouguereau and Tony Robert-Fleury. Lucien Simon exhibited regularly at the Salon des Artistes Français; from 1931-1934 he also exhibited at the Royal Academy in London. Lucien Simon specialised in Breton and religious subjects. The artist André Dauchez was his brother-in-law. In the 1890s Simon and Dauchez were both members of the Bande Noire, a group of artists led by Charles Cottet.

See also:

ANDRÉ DAUCHEZ
LUCIEN FONTANAROSA
MAXIMILIENNE GUYON
VICTOR ÉMILE PROUVÉ
ÉMILE-AUGUSTE WÉRY
CHARLES COTTET
RENE FRANCOIS XAVIER PRINET

Selected prints by LUCIEN SIMON

Causerie du soir, 1902
Etching
Les Marguilliers, 1897
Lithograph

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