Charles-Auguste van den Berghe
(1798 - 1853)
CharlesAuguste Berghe is known for painting.
A pupil of Baron Gros and Girodet, Charles-Auguste van den Berghe spent
several years in Rome, producing views of the city under the tutelage of
Pierre-Narcisse Guérin which proved popular in his native France. Upon
his return to Paris in 1833, van den Berghe was to exhibit this
atmospheric Venetian view among his other paintings at the Salon and was
awarded the second class medal for his Portrait of M. Bertini,
exhibited as no. 2324.