Victor Alfred Paul Vignon
(1847 - 1909)
Victor Alfred Paul Vignon was active/lived in France. Victor Vignon is known for Impressionist landscape, townscape and marine painting, bucolic scene.
Victor Alfred Paul Vignon, born in 1847 in Villers-Cotterets, Aisne, died and was buried in Meulan, Yvelines in 1909. He was an impressionist landscape painter and writer. Of him it was said that his work was more popular with collectors than with art critics.
Victor Vignon came from a wealthy background. His mother was the sculptor Marie-Cadiot Naomi. He was a
student of Tonalist painter, Camille Corot , and worked in Clamart, Bougival and then La Celle-Saint-Cloud where he painted Saulaie at Bougival (1877), the Way of the Plain Bougival and Road Jonchère in La Celle-Saint-Cloud .
He then moved to Pontoise and Jouy-le-Comte. From 1878-1880, he was in Auvers-sur-Oise in the company of Camille Pi ... Displaying 750 of 1631 characters.