Charles Euphrasie Kuwasseg
(1833 - 1904)
Charles Euphrasie Kuwasseg was active/lived in France. Charles Kuwasseg is known for river scene painting.
Biography Charles Euphrasie Kuwasseg
Born in the French Draveil, Charles Euphrasie Kuwasseg (1833-1904) was a student
of Jean-Baptiste Durand-Brager and Eugène Isabey. He was influenced by
the Barbizon school and created especially landscapes, but also
cityscapes and coastal views. He created some paintings in collaboration
with Théophile Poilpot.
From 1855, he exhibited regularly at the Paris
Salon. He also worked as an art professor. His Austrian father, Charles
Joseph Kuwasseg (1802-1877), moved to Paris in 1830, and was also a
painter. Works by Charles Kuwasseg can be found in the Musées des
Beaux-Arts de Rouen and Rennes, amongst others. (cko)
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