(1825 - 1892)
Claudius-Marcel Popelin-Ducarre was active/lived in France. ClaudiusMarcel PopelinDucarre is known for painting.
Biography Claudius-Marcel Popelin-Ducarre
Claudius Popelin (1825-1892) is celebrated as the father of the revival of Limoges enameling techniques in France in the second half of the 19th century. He started as a pupil of the painter Ary Scheffer and exhibited in the Salon in 1857-1859, before joining the enameling workshop which had been opened by the Sèvres factory in 1845. Under the supervision of Alfred Meyer, Popelin passionately discovered and improved enameling techniques. His enthusiasm was such that he published in 1866 a history of enameling and its techniques entitled L'Émail des peintres. This oeuvre inspired many artists after him such as Paul Grandhomme.
Popelin’s genius was to create enamel plaques in the Renaissance taste, ful
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