Séraphin Denécheau


Séraphin Denécheau, pupil of David d’Angers (1788-1856), exhibited regularly at the Salon from 1859. As a renowned portrait painter, he made himself known through his depiction of mythological and allegorical subjects. He was commissioned on several occasions by the French State to decorate the Louvre Museum, l’Opéra and Gare du Nord. His works can also be found in many Parisian churches.

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