(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 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)