Marie Elisabeth Aimee Lucas-Robiquet
(1858 - 1959)
Marie Elisabeth Aimee Lucas-Robiquet was active/lived in France, Africa, Europe. Marie Lucas Robiquet is known for painting: orientalism, child figure and portrait.
Biography Marie Elisabeth Aimee Lucas-Robiquet
Marie Elisabeth Aimée Lucas-Robiquet (17 October 1858 – 21 December 1959) was a French Orientalist artist, who exhibited with the Salon of the Société des Artistes Français.
Lucas-Robiquet was recognized for her paintings of African and Algerian subjects. The 1897 edition of Parisian Illustrated Review cites her outdoor studies for a "wise tendency toward reasonable impressionism" by "an artist of the highest order."
Marie Lucas-Robiquet was a rare example of a female artist, living and working in North Africa, at a time when women were rarely admitted to art academies, and were not encouraged to travel without a chaperone. Her paintings reveal some of the locations where she traveled including Algeria.
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