Genod, Michel-Philibert

BORN 20 Sep 1795, Lyon - DIED 24 Jul 1862, Lyon
GRAVE LOCATION Lyon: Cimetière de Loyasse, 43, rue du Cardinal-Gerlier (Allee 1, on the left )

Michel-Philibert Genod was a student of Pierre Revoil. He painted the portraits of Louis XVIII (1820) and Charles X (1825), both located at the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Lyon. In 1845 Genod finished Revoil's "Pharamond eleve sur le pavois" (Versailles, Musée national du château).

In 1839 he became a professor at the École des Beaux-Arts in Lyon, where Chenu was among his pupils. He held this position until his death in 1862.

Related persons
• has grave monument designed by Bonnet, Guillaume
• was teacher to Chenu, Fleury


The grave of Michel-Philibert Genod at the Cimetière de Loyasse, Lyon.
Picture by Androom (20 Aug 2001)


• Hours, Henri, Maryannick Lavigne-Louis, Marie-Madeleine Vallette-D'Osia, Lyon - La Cimetière de Loyasse, Conseil Général du Rhône, Lyon, 1996

Gensler, Günther

Published: 09 Apr 2007
Last update: 25 Apr 2022