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LEOPOLD DESBROSSES (French / 1821-1908)

The etcher and landscape painter Léopold Desbrosses was born in Bouchain (Nord). His brothers Joseph and Jean were both also artists. Léopold Desbrosses was a pupil of Delaroche and Corot. His atmospheric landscapes of Normandy and the Ile-de-France are influenced by Corot and the Impressionnists. Desbrosses made his debut at the Salon de Paris in 1848. As an engraver he won a medal of the third class in 1885, a medal of the second class in 1895, and a gold medal at the Exposition Universelle of 1900. We have interpretative etchings by Léopold Desbrosses after Diaz de la Peña and Frans Hals. To view these, please enter Desbrosses in the simple search, or click on the links below.

See also:

NARCISSE VIRGILE DIAZ de la PEÑA
FRANS HALS

Selected prints by LEOPOLD DESBROSSES

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