(1831 - 1914)
Marie-Paoline Casbergue Coulon was active/lived in Louisiana. MariePaoline Coulon is known for still life-birds and game.
Biography Marie-Paoline Coulon
A sketch artist and specialist in painting birds and game popular in Louisiana at the turn of the century, Marie-Paoline Coulon was the wife of Louisiana artist George Coulan. She was born in New Orleans, where she lived most of her life. Pastel was her specialty medium. In 1901, she gave up painting due to ill health. Two of her children, George Joseph Coulon and Mary Elizabeth Coulon, became well-known artists.
Source: John Mahe, "Encyclopedia of New Orleans Artists"