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Eugène Louis Lami
19 c. Early Modern Painter, illustrator, lithographer
French, (1800–1890)
b. Jan. 12, 1800 in Paris, France; d. Dec. 19, 1890 in Paris, France.
Pupil of Horace Vernet and Baron Gros. Made his name as a painter of battle scenes. Best known for his watercolors and illustrations of contemporary society (including costume). In England in 1826 and in 1848-52, when he followed Louis-Philippe into exile.

Bénézit; Encyc. world art; Fogg Mus. Libr. cat.; Havlice, Idx. art. bio.; RILA/BHA; Thieme-Becker; Oxford Dictionary of Art.

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