Lucien J Simon
(1861 - 1945)
Lucien J. Simon was active/lived in France. Lucien Simon is known for figure and genre painting, teaching.
Biography Lucien J. Simon
Lucien Joseph Simon (18 July 1861 – 1945) was a French painter and teacher born in Paris.
After graduating from the Lycée Louis-le-Grand, he studied painting at the studio of Jules Didier, then from 1880 to 1883 at l’Académie Julian*.
He exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Francais* from 1891, and at the Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts.
In 1891 he married Jeanne Dauchez, the sister of André Dauchez (1870–1948), and became infatuated with the scenery and peasant life of her native Brittany.
In 1895 he met Charles Cottet and became a member of his Bande noire or "Nubians", along with Dauchez, Xavier Prinet (1861–1946), Edmond Aman-Jean (1858–1936) and René Ménard (1862–1930), employing the principles of Impression
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