martes, 30 de agosto de 2016
Paul Jean Baptiste Lazerges (French painter) 1845 - 1902
aka Paul Lazerges, Jean-Baptiste Paul Lazerges
Camels' Rest, 1902
oil on canvas
38 x 45.5 cm. (14.94 x 17.94 in.)
signed and dated 'Paul Lazerges 1902' (lower right)
A student of his father, Jean-Raymond-Hippolyte Lazerges, he debuted at the Salon in 1867. After a trip to Algeria, he began painting Orientalist subjects, and remained in North Africa for some time. he was bestowed several awards including a bronze medal at the Exposition Universelle in 1900. His works have been conserved by museums in Amiens, Arras, Nantes and Prigueux.