(1807 - 1892)
Leon Pomarede was active/lived in Missouri, Louisiana / France. Leon Pomarede is known for panoramic river, church mural, portrait.
A panoramist, miniaturist, painter of indian scenes, river panoramas, and religious frescos in houses of worship throughout the Mississipi River valley landscape, Leon Pomarede, was born in Tarbes, France between 1807 and 1811. The biographical details of his life are sketchy because he traveled so much, but it is known that he was active in New Orleans and St. Louis beginning 1830. He was also the teacher of Indian painter, Charles Wimar.
Leon Pomarede studied in Paris with Louis Dominique Grandjean Develle; in Germany; and in Italy with his father-in-law, Antoine Mondelli whose daughter he married in 1841. It is believed Pomarede came to America in 1830 and lived briefly in New Orleans. Two years later, he was advertising in the Ne ... Displaying 750 of 3691 characters.