(1812 - 1878)
Louis Jean Baptiste Boulange was active/lived in France. Louis Boulange is known for painting.
Biography Louis Boulange
Louis-Jean-Baptiste Boulangé lived from 1812 to 1878. According to biographer André Joubin, Louis Boulangé worked as a decorative painter for theaters. The archive of the Louvre mentions him as a pupil of Eugène Delacroix, who collaborated with Delacroix in some works, including the Salon de la Paix and the Chapelle des Saints-Anges, as well as the paintings of ‘La Justice de Trajan’ and ‘L'Entrée des Croisés à Constantinople’.
Besides still lifes of flowers, Boulangé painted mainly landscapes and exhibited regularly at the Salon from 1845 onwards. In his landscapes, he was influenced by the School of Barbizon. (cko)