(1857 - 1945)
Delphin Enjolras was active/lived in France. Delphin Enjolras is known for Female figure, and domestic genre painting.
Delphin Enjolras was born in 1857 at Courcouron in the Ardèche, France.
He received his formal artistic training from the celebrated
teacher Gérard, painting in oils and pastels. Enjolras was highly
successful, a regular exhibitor at the Sociétaire des Artistes
Francais, to which he was elected a member in 1901.
Enjolras can be classed as a painter of beautiful ladies, a subject
matter which was highly prized in the nineteenth Century. His subjects
are often revealing intimate moments of society beauties. A golden glow
illuminates the boudoir, enhancing her delicate flesh tones, an element
for which Enjolras is admired.
Most of his work is hanging in the Musee du Puy and the Musee Calvet d'Avignon.
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