Achille-Theodore Cesbron

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Cesbron was a pupil of Cormon. He executed compositions of figures in familiar surroundings, painted in a hazy, obscure atmosphere, similar to that in the works of Eugène Carrière. He exhibited regularly at the Salon des Artistes Français; became a member in 1883, and received an honourable mention in 1882, a third-class medal in 1884 and a second-class medal in 1886. He received the Marie Bashkirtseff prize in 1886, a silver medal at the Exposition Universelle in Paris in 1889 and 1900, and was decorated by the Légion d'Honneur in 1898.

 

Museum and Gallery Holdings

 

Angers (Grand Séminaire): Portrait of a Bishop

Angers (MBA): Roses France (oil on canvas, still-life)

Gray (Mus. Baron-Martin): The Gardener's Daughter

Mulhouse: The Flowers of Sleep

Paris (Mus. des Arts décoratifs)

Plombières-les-Bains: Frenchman at Home

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ACHILLE-THEODORE CESBRON (1849-1913)
Hollyhocks and Mixed Flowers
Adrion left his native town of Strasbourg when he was eighteen and moved to Paris where he found employment drawing fashion plates. Adrion travelle...
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ACHILLE-THEODORE CESBRON (1849-1913)
The rose garden
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