(1854 - 1922)
George Joseph Amede Coulon was active/lived in Louisiana. George Coulon is known for portrait, still life, photographer.
Biography George Coulon
Active in New Orleans from 1874 to 1908, George Joseph Coulon published an illustrated diary of his travels called "350 Miles in a Skiff Through the Louisiana Swamps." He included his drawings and photographs.
He was known for his portraits and still lifes and created a 28 panel pastel for Fabacher's restaurant. He was the son of artist Marie Coulon and brother of Mary Coulon and died about 1922.
Source: Who Was Who in American Art by Peter Falk.
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