(1840 - 1920)
Ferdinand Victor Leon Roybet was active/lived in France. Ferdinand Roybet is known for portrait, figure and genre painting, engraving.
Biography Ferdinand Roybet
Ferdinand Roybet (1840-1920) was born in Uzès (Gard) April 12, 1840 and
died in Paris April 10, 1920. He is considered a portrait and
genre painter from the French School. Roybet was also an engraver.
received his first training as a print maker at the Academy in Lyon,
France. He then traveled to Paris to study with Jean Vibert (1840-1902)
at the Beaux-Arts Academie.
In 1865, Roybet debuted at the Salon des Champs-Elysèes with two small watercolors. In the Salon of 1866, he exhibited Unfoursous Henri III,
which was purchased by Princess Mathilde. This sale solidified
his career and future as a genre painter. Roybet's small costume
paintings of Musketeers and handsome gentle
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