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Augustus Jules Bouvier

 (1825 - 1881)
Augustus Jules Bouvier was active/lived in France, England.  Augustus Bouvier is known for upper class female figure and portrait painting.

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Augustus Jules Bouvier


A portrait, figure and genre painter in oil and watercolor, Augustus Bouvier specialized in  elegantly attired women as subjects.  They were primarily English aristocracy, but included portraits and figure groups from the Middle East and Italy.  Augustus Bouvier was also a book illustrator whose work included The Vicar of Wakefield by Oliver Goldsmith.

Augustus Bouvier was the son of Paris-born artist Jules Bouvier (1800-1867), who moved to London with his family in 1818.  The younger Bouvier was a student at the Royal Academy of London beginning 1841, and followed this education with further study in France and Italy.  From 1852, he exhibited for many successive exhibitions at the Academy,  and e  ...  Displaying 750 of 1332 characters.



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About  Augustus Jules Bouvier

Born:  1825 - England
Died:   1881
Known for:  upper class female figure and portrait painting