Charles Louis Lucien Muller
(1815 - 1892)
Charles Louis Lucien Muller was active/lived in France. Charles Muller is known for history and portrait painting, fresco murals.
Biography Charles Louis Lucien Muller
Charles Louis Müller [also known as Müller de Paris], was a French painter.
He was the pupil of Léon Cogniet, Baron Gros and others in the École des Beaux-Arts*. In 1837 he exhibited his first picture, Christmas Morning. From 1850 to 1853 he directed the manufactory of Gobelin tapestries. In 1864 he became a member of the Académie des Beaux-Arts* of the Institut de France, succeeding Jean-Hippolyte Flandrin.
He was a prolific painter of historic pictures and portraits. Among his works are Heliogabalus (1841), Primavera (1846), Haydée[a] (1848), Lady Macbeth, and his masterpiece, Calling Out the Last Victims of the Reign of Terror at the Prison of Saint-Lazare (“Appel des dernières vict
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