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 Charles Michel Maria Verlat  (1824 - 1890)



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Lived/Active: Belgium/France      Known for: religious, animal and rural genre painting, engraving, historical scene etching

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Michel Marie Charles Verlat (25 November 1824 - 23 October 1890) was a Belgian painter from Antwerp. He was a pupil of Nicaise de Keyser, and studied at the Antwerp Academy.

In 1842 appeared his first important picture, Pippin the Short Killing a Lion. About 1849 he went to Paris, where he worked under Ary Scheffer.  In 1855 he won a gold medal at the Exposition Universelle* at Paris with his Tiger Attacking a Herd of Buffaloes, and in 1858, he exhibited Le Coup de C (showing 500 of 1807 characters).

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