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Edmond Marie Petitjean

 (1844 - 1925)
Edmond Marie Petitjean was active/lived in France.  Edmond Petitjean is known for landscape and seascape painting.

Edmond Marie Petitjean

Edmond Petitjean, a French artist, was born July 5, 1844, in Vosges and died August 7, 1925, in Paris. He was a painter of landscapes and seascapes. Petitjean's work first appeared in Paris, at the Salon of 1874 where he became a member of Salon of French Artists in 1883. At the Salon he was given an honorable mention in 1881, a first place medal in 1884 and a second place medal in 1885. He was the recipient of a silver medal in the 1889 Exposition Universelle, Chevalier of the Legion of Honor in 1892, a gold medal in the 1900 Exposition Universelle and finally awarded the highest honor, that of "Hors Concours," that is, no longer being required to compete for a place in the exhibition. He also exhibited his works in Munich in 189  ...  Displaying 750 of 1832 characters.

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About  Edmond Marie Petitjean

Born:  1844 - Vosges
Died:   1925 - Paris, France
Known for:  landscape and seascape painting