(1847 - 1907)
Leon Richet was active/lived in France. Leon Richet is known for landscape, still-life and genre painting.
Léon Richet was born in Solesmes (Sathe), Normandy in 1847 and he died
in Fountainbleau (Seine-et-Marne) on May 26, 1907. He was a
student of Narcisse Virgle Diaz de La Pena (1807/9-1876), Charles
Victor Eugéne Lefébvre (1805-1882) and Louis Jean Boulanger
(1806/7-1867). Diaz had the greatest impression on Richet, and it
is Diaz is remembered historically. There was a great difference in age
between Diaz and Richet, which most likely explains the great respect
on the part of the student for his master.
exhibiting in the Paris Salons in 1869. At the Salon of 1885, he
was awarded honorable mention, and he was awarded a second place medal
in the Salons of 1888 and 1901.
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