Daubigny, Charles-François

PAINTER (FRANCE)
BORN 15 Feb 1817, Paris - DIED 19 Feb 1878, Paris
GRAVE LOCATION Paris: Père Lachaise, Rue du Repos 16 (division 24, 5eme ligne, Q, 21)

Charles-François Daubigny was a painter of the Barbizon school. He was a pupil to his father Edmond François Daubigny and to his uncle, the miniaturist Pierre Daubigny.

He started out as a tradition painter and he first exhibited at the Salon in Paris in 1838. His style changed after he moved to Barbizon in 1843 and most of all after he met Camille Corot in 1852. He painted on his boat at the Seine and the Oise, often near Auvers.

In 1866 he had visited England and in 1870 he went there again because of the Franco-Prussian War. In London he met Claude Monet and together they travelled to The Netherlands. Back in Auvers he also met Paul Cézanne. His son Karl Daubigny (1846-1886) also became a painter.

Related persons
• was a friend of Appian, Adolphe
• was a friend of Corot, Jean-Baptiste Camille
• influenced Schindler, Emil Jakob

Sources
Schilderkunst van A tot Z, REBO, Lisse, 1990
Charles-François Daubigny - Wikipedia

Images

The grave of Charles-François Daubigny at Père Lachaise, Paris.
Picture by Androom (19 Nov 2006)

 


Daudet, Alphonse

Published: 24 Jun 2007
Last update: 21 May 2010