Camille Venneman (b. 1827 Ghent; d. 1868 Schaerbeak) was a painter
of genre and anecdotal scenes. Active in Antwerp, Belgium, he was a
pupil of his more famous father, Charles Karel Ferdinand Venneman
(1802-1875) whose works are represented in museums such as the New
Pinacothek in Munich.
Venneman painted in the circle of Henri De Braekeleer (1840-1888),
the most important 19th Fl (showing 500 of 1042 characters).