(1860 - 1944)
Antoine Calbet was active/lived in United Kingdom, France. Antoine Calbet is known for nude figure, pastoral landscape and genre painting, illustration.
Antoine Calbet, a student of Alexandre Cabanel, was highly regarded as
painter and illustrator of nudes and genre scenes. His subject
matter and treatment of the human figure reflect an eighteenth century,
Rococo influence, often including naturalistic, pastoral scenes
depicted in a manner exuding lightness, elegance, and decorative charm.
in 1880, Calbet exhibited regularly at the Salon des Artistes Français,
eventually becoming a member, and earning medals in 1891, 1892, 1893,
Calbet provided numerous illustrations, notably:
Aphrodite by P. Louys, Madame Neigeon by E. Zola, and Le Jardub de
Berenice by M. Barres.