Jean-Eugène Buland is a French painter, born on October 26, 1852, in Paris, and died in 1926 in Charly-sur-Marne in the Aisne. He used photographs in order to paint with realism. At the World’s Fair in Paris in 1889 he was honored with a silver medal. He was inducted into the Legion of Honour in 1894.
Jean who goes from mythological symbolism to the representation of little people. His work from photographs is strikingly similar to Norman Rockwell’s paintings. I found these images on a rather inflated site that is interested in the Unknown Art, namely a flop of figurative painters sunk in oblivion.
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